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Michael Adler
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Mo
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Lisa Adler
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Dr. Maxim
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Jesse Adler
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Dylan
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Jason Gervais ...
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Michael Adler has run away from his suburban home with his little brother Dylan. Hiding out in a quiet, rural town, Michael's convinced he can make a better life for both of them. While Dylan stays holed up in a cheap motel all day, Michael works at a convenience store where everything starts to come together for him. But as Michael falls in love with his beautiful co-worker, Carly, his past begins to catch up with him, threatening everything he has and wants. Written by Filbert Steps

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When Carly first offers Michael a ride in her convertible, she tells him the passenger side door is broken and he has to climb in,which he does. Later, when they go to the motel to get Dylan, Michael gets out of the car normally by just opening the door. See more »

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Referenced in Cut, Good: The Making of 'Runaway' (2009) See more »

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Performed by The Album Leaf
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quiet Stanford needs to act out more and give a sense of foreboding
22 April 2015 | by See all my reviews

Michael Adler (Aaron Stanford) is struggling to cope under the supervision of Dr. Maxim (Terry Kinney). He runs away with his younger brother Dylan from his parents (Melissa Leo, Michael Gaston). He works at a convenience store with foul-mouthed Carly (Robin Tunney) and owner Mo (Peter Gerety).

It's a low budget indie. Stanford does a quiet compelling character although I would have wanted him to act out more. I want him to hint at the ultimate twist. The movie in general needs a few more visceral clues. It needs to amp up the tension so that the final twist fits better. It could have dug into his personal strive and given him a license to act out. Carly is a fun character. She saves this from being too low energy. Her relationship with Michael is great. She has one amazing scene. There is just a need for more foreboding in the tone.


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