Harlon has been tormented since childhood by visions of the white rabbit his father forced him to kill while hunting as a young boy. Now a bullied teenager, Harlon's undiagnosed mental illness is getting worse. He begins to hear voices and imagines the characters in his dark comic books are speaking to him. The rabbit along with other imaginary characters taunt him into committing one final act of revenge.Written by
The film was shot with two digital cameras in 21 days. See more »
It's called hunting, son. Shoot that animal and you kill it, that's what the rifle is for, killing.
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Opening credits of the film feature music and visual style which represent Harlon's mind. See more »
Yours for the Taking
Arranged, Programmed and Produced by James Rosnack
Written and Performed by Victoria Love
Courtesy of Neurotic Artist Studios
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Very enjoyable and unique
Growing up can be tough. It is even more tough as men when we are sensitive, and things can just get to us so much. Bullying tactics might be enough to have us cry and just have different meltdowns of sorts. I believe this is the core theme of this movie.
In life we have challenges and we can rise above them and be better then them or we can let them crush our soul.
Watching bullying movies can be hard for me and yet so relatable although the movie is only about bullying in part I believe it to be one of the central themes. It makes me angry inside seeing bullying but for me I just sympathize with it so much due to my own experiences.
In life we have to be tough but kids do not always know how. In small town living there is not much to do but people have fun doing what people have always been known to do.
Very interesting directing, use of filter, acting, writing, the story flows in an interesting way, and the topics throughout the film are extremely relevant.
There are things with the film I will not talk about, as the story changes in interesting ways throughout the film.
I bumped into this on the "trending now" section on Netflix streaming and I was glad I did. It also has Sam from True Blood in it who I always liked. He plays a real masculine no nonsense type dad.
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