Teenage identity is a weird thing - much weirder than popular culture usually acknowleges. A lot of the camp value in things like Beverly Hills, 90210 and The O.C. comes from the fact that we're often asked to believe that these 16-year-olds have fully-formed personalities. For all of Seth Cohen's suppossed geekiness on The O.C., he knows himself far better than any teenage boy I've ever met. rockaway, a kind of situation docu-drama by Mark Street, operates in the realm of constantly shifting teenage identity. Like an actual teenager the film can be frustrating - at times it's hard to know how to handle it, because it's hard to determine how well it knows itself.