Imagine, if you will, grown ups, on stage in front of a live audience, reading their teenage diaries, journals, etc. Pretty gutsy, right? Or just plain crazy. Either way, it's entertaining, touching and riotously funny. It's the documentary film, 'Mortified Nation'.

'Mortified Nation' is the brainchild of David Nadelberg, who realized that, though his teen writings were, twenty years later, embarrassing to him, they were hysterically funny to his friends. As he says, 'One thing led to another and the next thing I knew, adults were volunteering to read their most revealing teen wriings on stage, in front of total strangers.

Drawing critical raves, 'Mortified nation' is, as one reviewer put it, 'relatable to everyone. If you remember being fifteen and freaked out, this film was made for you.'