It was a time when life was easy... in a place they thought would never change.
It might be dedicated to the memory of John Hughes, but Anthony Burns' debut film "Skateland" owes a good deal to those more recent slices of teendom "Dazed and Confused" and "Adventureland" — movies that focus more on mood and texture and are less hungry than Hughes' were for laughs to dispel the ache of beautiful moments that disappear almost as quickly as they materialize.
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