In a middle class suburb, bored teens experiment with drinking and drugs
in this true story. When tempers become inflamed, one boy dies in a brawl.
He happens to be the son of an LA police officer. The ensuing trial sends
four teenage boys to prison for life without parole, regardless of who
wielded the knife.
Aired on Starz! True Stories August, 2004 - August' 2005
Won: Golden Satellite Award, 2001 - Best Motion Picture, Documentary
Boston Film Festival "Phoenix" Pic, 2000 "Reckless Indifference blurs the line between right and wrong for all the right reasons."
Link to "Phoenix" Award
"A highly impactful gut and heart-wrenching story that hits all-too-close to home, Reckless Indifference is a film you will find yourself thinking about long after you’ve seen it. Director William Gazecki uses his storytelling prowess to weave both sides of this teen-drug-death-injustice tragedy into a powerfully moving experience that is sure to keep you fully engaged with its intensity."
– Judy Tamashiro, Grassroots Cinema
Oscar Buzz for Reckless (originally on Variety.com)
Daily Variety Film Review (originally on Variety.com)
MovieGeek.com names Reckless Indifference among his Best Doc Oscar Pics!
The Acorn, Agoura Hills, CA:
"Reckless Indifference" appeared recently at two emotionally charged screenings in Los Angeles."