Paper Boys

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Paper Boys
Paper Boys 2009 Movie Poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Bryan E. Hall
Produced by Bryan E. Hall, Julius Howard Bach, Kevin Christopher
Starring Louis Lavdas
David Y. Hall
Christopher Whitley
Jus Riddick
Music by Benjamin E. New, Jamie Radford, Nathan Bach
Cinematography Bryan E. Hall
Edited by Kevin Christopher
Production
company
Aware Productions
Distributed by Aware Productions
Release date
  • January 31, 2009 (2009-01-31) (US)
Running time
116 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Paper Boys is a 2009 American coming-of-age film directed by Bryan E. Hall. It focuses on a group of teenagers and deals with various adolescent issues, including drug use, sexual confusion and family dysfunction. This film deals comically and seriously with bi-curiosity.

Plot[edit]

"A ragtag bunch of teenage door to door salesmen wreak havoc and spread the news of their coming of age in this summer before they begin their college lives. It centers around Sean, a sexually confused and drug afflicted teen who just can't seem to shake off his dysfunctional family history."[1]

Cast[edit]

  • Louis Lavdas as Sean
  • Chris Whitley as Ray
  • David Hall as Steve
  • Bryan E. Hall as The Chief
  • Jus Riddick as Joe (as Justin Riddick)
  • Wendy Wynne as Leah in Rehab
  • Nathan Bach as Chi
  • Elias Kelley as Leon
  • Jason Von Stein as Alby
  • Garrett Able as Eli
  • Sylvia Boykin as Janine
  • Kelly Natividade as Fawn
  • Steve Warren as Buzz
  • Daniel Van Hiel as Jebb
  • Jake Jacobson as Greg

Awards[edit]

Paper Boys won four Accolade Awards in 2009: Feature Film, Post Production, Editing and Supporting Actor.[2] It won the Indy Award for Feature Film at the 2009 Indie Fest.[3]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hall, Bryan. "Paper Boys (2009): Plot Summary". IMDB. Retrieved 16 June 2014. 
  2. ^ "Paper Boys: Awards". IMDB. Retrieved 16 June 2014. 
  3. ^ "2009 Indie Awards". Archived from the original on 4 January 2013. Retrieved 16 June 2014.