Corey Feldman, Alyssa Milano, plus family and friends gathered for Corey Haim's final film premier

By Kerrie Mitchell
Updated April 15, 2011 at 04:00 AM EDT

Friends and family gathered in Los Angeles on April 10 for the premiere of Corey Haim's final film, Decisions. An indie drama about a group of friends in a rough part of L.A., it features Haim — who died last year at 38 — as a corrupt cop. Longtime pal Corey Feldman introduced the film to the audience — including Sally Field and Alyssa Milano — and said his friend would have been "shocked and amazed" at the turnout. British musician G Tom Mac performed one of Haim's favorite songs, "Cry Little Sister" from The Lost Boys. Decisions is expected to get a theatrical release in May. "He was perfect for the role," says director Jensen LeFlore. "He gave an incredible performance."