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Lou Diamond Phillips,
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Powerful, shocking, Mitch Hara's performance is worth the ride!!!!
Amazing editing. Mitch Hara is a phenomenal actor. He's funny, tragic, bold, in-your-face and heart-wrenching. He's a unique blend. The movie is hard to watch, because of the subject matter, but a hear-stopping piece of art. i understand how people can be very disturbed by this film. it ultimately deals with child abuse. Not the act but the effect it has on the victims. It's horrifying, we see nothing, we just hear about the destruction and event and it's somehow worse and more uncomfortable. Hara's performance rips your heart out. Petty has never been better in her supporting role as his alter-ego... Don't want to give away too much. If you have a chance, see it.
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