Lean on Me is a 1989 biographical-drama film written by Michael Schiffer and directed by John G. Avildsen. Lean on Me is based on a true story of Joe Clark.
Film Taglines of Lean on Me
A true story about a real hero.
Eastside High was a training ground for jail. Then Joe Clark took over. Now the kids are getting something they never had. A future.
( from the novel ) At crime-infested Eastside High, the only education was a hard lesson in survival. But now Joe Clark is in charge. And nothing will ever be the same.
( from the novel ) He got down, got tough, and lived by his own rules. Joe Clark turned a hellish high school around by slamming the door on pimps, punks, and losers. He vowed to give his kids a chance - and so help anyone who stood in his way.
( from the film trailer ) At Eastside High, they called him "Crazy Joe" for padlocking the doors, and for changing all the rules. But Principal Joe Clark was crazy about one thing only - the students who loved him.
( from the film trailer ) Eastside High never had a principal this tough - or one who cared this much about its students.
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