A brief and powerful first-hand account from high school student, Max, who must navigate through the world of ADD and all the medications that come along with it. Ultimately, he must make a choice between medicated better grades, or accepting his ADD and poor grades; but in the end, be happy.
Josh is a 16-year-old high school student who has had a camera in his hand for as long as he can remember. He has had tremendous success with his short film, "Minimum Max" in which he shares his own struggles with ADD. The film garnished over 600,000 views on YouTube and has been screened at over a dozen film festivals throughout the country. His very latest film, "Two and a Quarter Minutes," has also been well received, and Josh is currently in preproduction for his next project. He is looking forward to making powerful and thought-provoking movies, and ultimately master his craft in film school.
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