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In the spring of 1988, when writer and filmmaker David Bezmozgis was a teen, a student at his Toronto high school drowned in Lake Ontario after taking LSD at a Pink Floyd concert in the city. The director drew upon that tragedy for his new film. His feature-length debut tells the story of a high-school student presumed drowned after taking drugs at a Bob Dylan show.

In the spring of 1988, when writer and filmmaker David Bezmozgis was a teen, a student at his Toronto high school drowned in Lake Ontario after taking LSD at a Pink Floyd concert in the city. The director drew upon that tragedy for his new film. His feature-length debut tells the story of a high-school student presumed drowned after taking drugs at a Bob Dylan show.

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