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What a charmer of a flick. Norman Reedus gives an exceptional performance as Harry. Debbie Harry as his mother is appropriately frumpy and chilling (with one amazing transformation scene - you had to see coming!).
Adrien Brody in an early performance looks to be da role mo-dell fo "Da Ali G" show. He's a terrific idiot homeboy here.
Isaac Hayes, Elina Lowensohn, Jerry Adler and the rest of the supporting cast make this a fresh, disturbing "family" drama.
If director Adam Bernstein seems to run out of steam at the very conclusion
that's okay, since the ride is almost always much more interesting than
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