The film's opening is notable: Victor's family is watching an 8mm home movie reel of the kids playing with a model city of cardboard buildings, like the kind I used to build in my own basement (or that we kids built behind grandma's house along the walk to the outhouse in Ohio back in the 50s), with the dog running through it.
There is a "sequel" to "Inner Child" called "Reidoing", dating to Oct. 2012, a spoof on emulating Julie Andrews, being "who you are", and "street smarts over book smarts". Reid and Jason star, and there is no way for Jason's character to "change". Just "climb every mountain." Donald Trump would approve. It's easy to find on YouTube under Reid's name. One must say that the relationship between Reid and Jason follows the "Polarities" (see Books blog, book by Rosenfels, April 12, 2006).
Note (July 30, 2013): "Inner Child" is now available on the new site belonging to "Igigi" Productions.