Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Cinematographer/director Don Coscarelli gleefully indulged in calisthenics with the camera in his low-budget Kenny and Company. The story is a simple one, centered on the anguished but not atypical childhood of young Dan McCann. Coscarelli has a marvelous knack of breathing nuance into the most commonplace fears and desires of children. The end result makes one wish we'd seen a lot more of both Dan McCann and Don Coscarelli after the limited release of Kenny and Co.
adolescence, boy, coming-of-age, growing-pains, suburbs