So many running shots of feet. So many quick cuts. I felt like this team made their film hell bent on squashing in as much of the footage they captured over the weekend as humanly possible. It sure made the pacing frenetic, and whoever edited did a good job of stitching it all together. I'd just be aware of age-inappropriate casting, or all of a sudden busting out toy guns that are supposed to represent real guns when the film has been (mainly) grounded in reality up until that point. As it stands, this buddy drug dealer film was a high energy blast, with the car scenes hilarious when the adult arms driving the vehicle became visible. If your audio had been a bit better I would have given this higher marks. Perhaps consider ADR next time if the on camera sound turns out a bit raw?