Rhinoceros Eyes is a fantastical coming-of-age story revolving around Chep, a young, reclusive prop-house employee who falls in love with a detail-obsessed movie production designer named ... See full summary »
Randy commits a crime that would normally get him probation and a hefty fine, but in the "three-strikes" world of justice, he finds himself locked up for 25 years. His cellmate Jake is a ... See full summary »
Brett C. Leonard
Stephen Adly Guirgis,
Like most kids, Ned idolized his father and dreamed of following in his footsteps. Unfortunately, his father was a two-bit crook who spent most of his life in jail. Without a family of his ... See full summary »
David E. Allen
The dysfunctional twenty-three years old Sarah takes her six year old natural son Jeremiah from the home of his beloved foster parents with the support of the social service to live with her. Along the years, the boy shares her insane and lowlife style and is introduced to booze and drugs and mentally, physically and sexually abused by Sarah, her lovers and her religiously fanatic family. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The montage of Sarah's boyfriends are actually men whom Asia met and dated during filming. At one point, there a still image of Vin Diesel, whom Asia did not date but admitted that she fancied. See more »
When Chester stumbles out of the meth lab after the explosion, he is obviously severely burnt as evidenced by his face. Yet the white embroidery on his black leather vest is undamaged in any way. See more »
We gotta do something with your nose. Somebody fucked their slave and you've got the nose to prove it.
Fix it please.
[puts foundation on Jeremiah]
Camoflauge it. See? I learned that in beauty school. One day I'll go back. I'll get a shot with the stars in Hollywood.
Hold still. Alright, close your eyes.
[puts eyeshadow on Jeremiah]
Look left... look right... blink... look at me.
Can I come to Hollywood with you?
[starts putting lipstick on Jeremiah]
Can I come to Hollywood...?
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Downright depressing. I watch films to escape or to see the joyousness of life - basically this is about child abuse. We all know what that is
and the adults who do it are downright ILL. For that reason, this
film is brilliant and depicts the mental illness in adults very well - and their inability to connect with their own compassion and understanding. Makes you realise that just because a person can have a child, doesn't mean they are a parent. Throws up the whole notion of family and how damaging it is for some people.
If anything this film could be used to force EVERYONE to take a parenting course and to be observed and examined in the action of parenting.
It was realistic - but sad, depressing and well, if you are in the mood of getting depressed, watch this one.
I was really wanting to see what the kid turned into as an adult. Just another junkie?? It leaves you dissatisfied completely in that respect.
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