In the rural town of Wickenhaven, a psychotic tanning salon owner is responsible for the disappearances of many young, innocent girls, while his wife, an exotic purse designer, is willing to overlook his evil nature.
Julia Faye West,
Dawna Lee Heising,
Anthony Del Negro
A drama teacher's taboo relationship with an unstable student strikes a nerve in her jealous classmate, sparking a vengeful chain of events within their suburban high school that draws parallels to 'The Crucible'.
Trieste Kelly Dunn
Eric Love, 19, is locked up in prison. On first day he assaults another inmate and several guards. He's offered group therapy and his dad, an inmate as well, tries to talk sense into him. Can he be rehabilitated?
This is a strong movie and it needed unknown faces/actors, to get you sucked in to the whole thing. And while this is a one location movie, the intensity is there. It's not easy to watch and I would call this anything but entertaining. That being said, it doesn't make it less of a movie for being brutally honest with its characters.
And it's not an easy task to achieve. You have to be careful not to glide into cliché territory. To lose the audience either because you're too soft or too gross/vivid with what you show. I think the movie walks that line and achieves it. It's small budget of course and there are restrictions, but all being said, this is what it it's supposed to be. Can you handle it?
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