GenreCrime, Drama, Thriller Music directorReinhold Heil WriterWilliam Mastrosimone LanguageEnglish
Release dateOctober 13, 2002 (TV)January 27, 2004 (DVD) Based onBang Bang Youre Dead by William Mastrosimone CastTom Cavanagh (Val Duncan), Ben Foster (Trevor Adams), Randy Harrison (Sean), Janel Moloney (Ellie Milford), Jane McGregor (Jenny Dahlquist), David Paetkau (Brad Lynch) Similar moviesBack to the Future, The Fault in Our Stars, Carrie, Halloween, Never Been Kissed, The Boy Next Door
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A teacher (Tom Cavanagh) suggests a student (Ben Foster) take the lead role in a play, despite the teens earlier threat to blow up the school.
Bang Bang Youre Dead is a 2002 American drama film starring Tom Cavanagh and Ben Foster. It is based on the play of the same name by William Mastrosimone. The film was first screened publicly at the Seattle International Film Festival in June 2002.
Trevor is a troubled high school student, thanks to the effects of bullying. This is the story of his fight to break free.
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At Rivervale High School, Trevor Adams (Ben Foster) is a bullied outcast trying to fit back in after a false bomb threat he made a few months ago. Trevor is chosen to star in a play called Bang Bang Youre Dead as the main character, Josh. After parents and the community hear of the play and its lead actor, they call for it to be canceled.
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The song "Runaway Train" (not to be confused with the Soul Asylum song of the same name) by post-grunge band Oleander was featured in the film. A music video for the song was then shot and incorporated footage from the movie. On November 19, 2002 the band released their Runaway Train EP. The film was released on DVD on January 27, 2004 without any special features.