“Terri” is a film touching and funny sometimes about the relationship between an adolescent overweight and deputy director of the high school, a well-meaning guy, who helps to overcome difficult moments.
Abandoned by his parents, Terri remains in the care of his sick uncle, James. In fact, the adult is the one who needs more help the boy. Sensitive, overweight and uncomfortable situation they are in, Terri is worried that will not have access to everything that life high school girl. Of course, I would love to make friends and flirt with girls, but teenage confusion and conflicts keep him captive in his lonely world. Resigned to his outsider status, Terri is surprised when Mr. Fitzgerald, deputy director of the school, trying to help him pass more easily over this difficult period. Under its tutelage, Terri befriends two other misfits. Chad is about a lonely guy whose manifestations rebel were intended to mask his own insecurity, and Heather, a sexually precocious girl whose beauty proves to be a trap for itself. Three teenagers who seemed so different at first glance were actually outcasts in the unforgiving hierarchy of high school. Among them will be born an unusual bond that will reflect the feelings intense and sometimes exaggerated adolescent life.