When Luke decided to leave his mother's home and face emancipation, he never thought it would be so complicated. His social awkwardness and his diverse traumas will make him seek the aid of an old buddy: his imaginary childhood friend Daniel, who is now a self-confident, manipulative young man. Daniel will start to help Luke, but his intentions will soon prove to be somewhat more sinister.Written by
Sitges Film Festival
Oh no! I really wanted to like this more. It started out quite interesting and I was ready for the excitement to begin. SADLY it was mostly disappointing for me. There were really good moments but then a bunch of confusing, nonsensical silliness. I just quit caring about a third of the way through. Sorry but not for me but I am sure that others might like it better.
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