The "black sheep" son of a wealthy family meets a young psychiatric patient who's been raised in isolation her entire life. He takes the naive young woman home for his brother's wedding to convince his family that he's finally straightened out his life. She impresses the family with her genuine, if unstable charm. Along the way they fall into an improbable loveWritten by
The film's screenplay by Stephen Zotnowski was first used for an originally 2005 German movie production "Barfuss" (=i.e. 'barefoot' in German), meaning that this is, in effect, a virtual remake of. See more »
On the way to the airport, Jay finds out that Daisy has no ID. However, Jay apparently buys a ticket for both of them (although his credit cards are maxed)and Daisy is allowed to board the airplane at LAX. See more »
Hey. Hey, uh, listen, I'm gonna take off. Do you mind locking the door on the way out?
You *aren't* going to buy me breakfast, are you?
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Implausible and charming
Don't look too deeply. This is a movie that wants to be fun and adventurous and a little bit dangerous. If you're in the right mood, you don't need much more than that. Sure it's ridiculous and implausible and poorly edited, and Scott Speedman only has two gears, and the writing is a little off, and the central relationship is a little creepy on several different levels. No matter. This is one of those movies that is touched by the magic of the movies -- maybe not enough to make it great or even good as a movie, but it has a relentless sparkle-eyed charm that makes it pleasant and irrationally satisfying as an experience.
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