The Juvenile Delinquents (JD’s) attempt to create a new world order following a disastrous series of events that culminates in a catastrophic circumstance capable of seeing them incarcerated. Forced to band together the dysfunctional group of teens fight everything including themselves, as they try to find a purpose for their endangered freedom, which they must protect as repercussions loom. The story starts when five male graduates of juvenile detention out on a lark, run into two drunk girls in the park. This fateful turn reunites two friends and sets all seven teens on a course of misadventure towards bloodshed. Bonds of brotherhood and friendship mix with the unease of being total strangers as abrupt escalations initiate enduring binds. Under duress, group survival requires the teens to conquer problems resulting from their mistakes, desires, competitiveness and core function of resistance to authority. Danny a by-product of his mother’s aspirations to marry money tries to lead …
User Reviews: I must admit I’m a big fan of film but not teen drama, but I was willing to take the risk after seeing the trailer and this one certainly paid off. I was pleasantly surprised Juvenile Delinquents is mainly a character driven movie and not bombarded with explosions and car chases or violence. It is true the kids force redemption on a man by unconventional methods but I think the intention of the movie is to try to get you to accept it because people who have fallen through the cracks of society are helping others society has turned a blind eye on. The cast was excellant, especially the main girl who has gorgeous read hair. From the outset I thought it was Indie but this is a polished production with excellent cinematography, a great score and well put together. My first 10 of the year, after sobbing through the last scene.Well done.