Item description for Clipping Adam by Bridgestone Media...
Overview Clipping Adam, refers to the main character's hair, which has not been clipped since an automobile accident claimed the lives of his mother and baby sister. This is the story of Adam's coming-of-age in a state of grief not realized in both he and his father. Adam's father turns to alcohol and drowns his sorrow in the maze-world of alcoholism. Adam's grandmother is a solid, loving force in his life, along with some caring teachers, who act as a buffer when Adam is in trouble for acting out behavior with another boy in his 8th grade class. Adam is told he must undergo counseling during the summer, if he's to enter the 9th grade at the local high school. Throughout this story, Adam's hair is discussed and targeted by a bully, intent on clipping Adam's hair. With counseling, love and dealing with his grief, there is a wonderful ending to this story by Michael A. Picchiottino.
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Record Label Bridgestone Group Inc.
Format Color / DVD / NTSC
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.64" Width: 6.22" Height: 0.57" Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Binding DVD Video
Release Date Feb 1, 2009
Publisher Bridgestone Multimedia
ISBN 074031677X ISBN13 9780740316777 UPC 095163882037
Availability 100 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 18, 2017 07:41.
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slow Dec 10, 2009
a slow moving film about a teen's efforts to deal with the loss of his mother, surrounded by caring friends, a cool caring priest, an eccentric grandmother and an alcoholic father. it's like an afterschool special. the actors are all great in it but it seems more like something you'd see in sunday school, then a film in a theatre.