Movie Review: Charlie Countryman

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Charlie Countryman is a beautifully photographed, masterfully acted, and completely frustrating mess of a film.

After the death of his mother, Charlie (Shia LeBeouf), is told by the woman’s ghost that he should to go to Bucharest. The drug-addled, wayward youth jumps at the chance to follow his mother’s wishes and books a seat on a plane to a city he’s less than familiar with. Once on board, he befriends an elderly man who tells the story of his beautiful daughter awaiting his arrival. If you have seen the trailer, you know the man ends up dead midflight. On a mission from a deceased family member whilst sitting next to a corpse, one might think our hero would immediately abort mission. However, Charlie treks on, especially after one glimpse of the stunningly beautiful yet totally bereft daughter, Gabi (Evan Rachel Wood), in the flesh. The two exchange pleasantries,
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