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Fifteen year old Rory carries a backpack filled with homemade fireworks, a pocket knife and a polaroid camera, and before the end of the day, he will have used them all.
Fifteen year old Rory carries a backpack filled with homemade fireworks, a pocket knife and a polaroid camera. He’s planned a surprise for Rebecca, but everything is destroyed when she finally reveals her motives for hanging out with him.
How far can Rory be pushed before he snaps?
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