Following his mother's death, Mark is sent to Maine to visit his aunt and uncle while his father goes on a business trip to Tokyo. Mark meets his cousin, Henry, and the two quickly form a friendship. However, Henry begins to show signs of violent behavior that worry Mark. Written by
In 1988, Michael Klesic was cast in the role of Henry Evans. The film was soon after put on hold due to a lack of funding. A couple of years later, Jesse Bradford was cast as Henry since the original child actors had grown too old for their roles. The project was shelved again and again, the actors out-grew their characters. Finally, the project was once again re-cast and finally shot and released in 1993. See more »
When Henry is kicking Mark at the dinner table, Mark's right hand moves between shots. See more »
[Mark plays soccer with his teammates as they cheer Mark's name]
Get the ball!
Pass it to me!
Shoot it! Hit it in! Hit it in!
[Mark scores the goal]
Good goal! Good game.
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This is Macaulay Culkin's best film. He was very creepy as the young boy with a black heart. The dialogue was great. I truly admired the performance of Elijah Wood, emerging as one of the best young actors around. This film has so much suspense, by the end, I was very exhausted.
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