A Walk in My Shoes

Synopsis: Ever judge someone just by looking at them? Of course, we've all made snap judgments about people. But what if we really got to know them...
Genre: Drama
95 min


I wouldn't think such a tough guy

would use so much sugar.

Okay, okay, stop, stop. What's up with you?

We don't have time for that,

but if you take this job,

we will get to know each other.

And it starts today.

Right now, as matter of fact, if you want it.


Morning, Mrs. Fahey.

- Good morning, ladies.


Hey, Jonesy, what's up?

Ready for the big game?

Yeah. Yeah.

Man, you don't sound so ready.

I got stuff on my mind.

Like that paper

in Mrs. Fahey's class?

Yeah, just whatever, okay.

Did you do it? You've got to do it, man.

If you don't do that,

you know what's gonna happen.

I know. I got it. Just leave it alone.

- Hey, Kaylin Maclntyre!

- Hey, Jonesy.

- Hey.

- Hey.

Hey, what's up?

- You got plans for Spring Formal?

- No, not really, you know...

- You can dance, right?

- He's a dancing fool.

Dude, do you have to? Seriously.

So, you want to go? With me, I mean.

- See, the thing about Justin is he's...

- Jones!

Yeah. No, I'll go with you. It'll be great.

Okay. Great.

"An incident that changed your life. "

Did you learn anything

from this assignment?

Was it easy to write? Difficult?

Very nice, Ryan. Keep it up.

Did it change how you thought about

what happened to you?

- Anna?

- It was hard, but it made me

figure out how my parents' divorce

kind of affected everything in my life.

Good. Excellent.

Susan, thank you.

Hey, Mrs. Fahey,

like, what's the point of all this?

The point, Mr. Wallace,

is to understand that self-reflection

is a good thing, a healthy thing.

Okay, you can get your grades online.

And some of you still owe me a final draft.

Justin, I don't even have your rough draft.

- I'll get it done.

- Well, when?

You've been saying that for three weeks.

- I know, but it's hard, okay?

- Why don't you pick something else?

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