Nina, at 21, is standing at the edge of “being” and “becoming.” She remembers when her parents, and the nuns, and everyone else seemed to have plans for her, of who she was and who she’d be. Her dad calls “punk” anything and anyone that disobeys the norms. And then there’s Nina’s feelings. Feelings for her friend Kerry, feelings from her friend, Samantha – and then there are decisions; decisions that will change the course of an entire life, single moments that stand alone and change everything. Sometimes, you jump. Sometimes, you’re pushed. And sometimes you have friends that won’t let you fall.
Punk Like Me—it’s not about breaking the rules: it’s about following your heart.
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