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They share an interest in the impressionists and a grinding loneliness and hunger.Married or not, she wants him and in the worst, animalistic and brutish way.We partner with third party advertisers, who may use tracking technologies to collect information about your activity on sites and applications across devices, both on our sites and across the Internet.You always have the choice to experience our sites without personalized advertising based on your web browsing activity by visiting the DAA's Consumer Choice page, the NAI's website, and/or the EU online choices page, from each of your browsers or devices.Alex Pettyfer had every chance to develop his modeling career: at eight, Ralph Lauren noticed a handsome boy in a New York toy store and offered him to work as a model.Alex appeared in the brand ads and simultaneously mastered his acting skills.Watching Alex Pettyfer play scenes in which he’s in psychotherapy in his directing debut, “Back Roads,” the temptation is overwhelming to put the actor himself on the couch.With this film and his previous one, “The Strange Ones,” a dark, brooding same-sex “Lolita,” Pettyfer isn’t just reaching for the sexually daring and darker-than-dark.
And that’s just another weight piled upon his shoulders.
The movie’s melodramatic flourishes are many — one overwrought, contrived and extreme situation after another dropped into the stew until it all boils over.
The heat of Callie and Harley’s sexual congress is matched by the fury only two siblings can unleash on each other, Amber’s teen tantrums about what Harley isn’t able to do — provide for them, get her a car.
At least Pettyfer and screenwriter Tawni O’Dell (adapting her novel) manage to hide their twists and deliver the occasional almost-shocking surprise. Harley Altmyer (Pettyfer) is interrogated by the sheriff (Robert Patrick). ” It’s the pre-cell-phone mid-’90s, and in the film’s one, long flashback, we see the miserable life that put Harley in that spot.
He’s a young man, barely out of his teens, wearing the weight of the world in his eyes and on his shoulders.