When Outlaws on the lam invade the home of an unsuspecting, seemingly innocent, frontier family to hide out for the night, an unexpected game of cat and mouse ensues, leading to seduction, role reversal, and ultimately, bloody revenge.
Chad Michael Murray,
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Chad Michael Murray
Reeling from the death of her famous father, filmmaker Samantha Trassler (Diane Marshall-Green) falls down the rabbit hole of PK (Chad Michael Murray), a charismatic homeless man who becomes the subject of her latest documentary. She is at loose ends until P.K. gives her renewed purpose. Their affair, however, threatens to tear apart the fabric of both of their lives. Written by
It's about a wannabe film maker whose the daughter of a famous painter who recently died. She's inspired after meeting a homeless kid to do a documentary about them, but she gets in too deep on her subjects.
It was well shot. It reminds me of the film, Where the Day Takes You, but that movie was better done.
Chad Micheal Murray was actually really good in this flick though. He worked well with the character he was given.
The characters live in a world that I'm not a part off and care not to be and it does nothing to draw me into their world to take any kind of interest.
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