Overweight teen Terri is mercilessly teased by his peers for coming to school still wearing pajamas and for his other uncaring quirks. Resigned to his outsider status, Terri is surprised when his tough-talking vice principal, Mr. Fitzgerald, takes an interest in him. Under Fitzgerald's tutelage, Terri befriends a pair of fellow misfits, Chad, an edgy loner whose rebellion masks his own insecurities, and Heather, a sexually precocious girl whose beauty proves to be a trap of its own. The three teenagers find an unexpected, imperfect bond that reflects the tenuousness, poignancy and pathos of the adolescent experience.
- 2011, 105MIN, Fiction
- DIRECTOR: Azazel Jacobs
- CAMERA: Tobias Datum
- EDITOR: Darrin Navarro
- SCRIPT: Patrick Dewitt
- ACTORS: John C. Reilly, Bridger Zadina, Creed Bratton, Olivia Crocicchia,
Azalel Jacobs (1972) is an American screenwriter and director. He graduated in film-making from Purchase College at New York State University, then completed his film studies at the American Film Institute. He successfully kicked off his short-film productions with Kirk and Kerry (1997), and later he made his debut with the drama Nobody Needs to Know (2003). His films Momma's Man (2008) and Terri (2011) have gained world-wide recognition.