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Down in the Valley

Rating:R (for violence, sexual content, language and drug use)
Genre:Drama, Romance, Western
Release Date:May 5, 2006
Running time:114 minutes
Cast:Edward Norton, Evan Rachel Wood, David Morse, Rory Culkin, Bruce Dern
Director:David Jacobson
Producer:David Jacobson, Stavros Merjos, Bill Migliore, Edward Norton. Adam Rosenfelt
Writer:David Jacobson
Distributor:ThinkFilm

Web Site: http://www.thinkfilmcompany.com/

Description: When Harlan Carruthers, a charismatic cowboy who seems as if he would be much more at home in Monument Valley than in the San Fernando Valley, has a chance encounter with Tobe, a bored and restless suburban teenager, both of their lives are turned upside down. To Harlan, Tobe embodies all the purity and innocence impossible to find on the mean streets of contemporary L.A., while Tobe is drawn to Harlan's poetic charm and romantic spirit. Despite the obvious difference in their ages and backgrounds, and the growing opposition of Tobe's father, Wade, the couple pursues their passionate, furtive romance until it becomes apparent that Tobe is unprepared for the intensity of Harlan's love. Then, things take a sudden, dangerous turn when Tobe discovers that Harlan is not at all what he appeared to be.

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