The important thing is that Clark has found a new way to be creepy, which isn't easy. In the process he has created something irresistibly watchable, the kind of original piece that might mean less but reveal more than its creator intended. show more
My problem is that the lack of narrative structure deprives the film of any suspense, and without suspense the film eventually collapses from its own heat like a soufflé that has been in the oven just a few minutes too long. show more
Clark denies his audience the catharsis, resolution and renewal of classical tragedy. The film reduces its viewers to helplessness, and I'm not sure that's its intent. show more
July 28, 2008 RJ Erber
Report This User
At once chilling and searing, a graphic account of dysfunctional youth at their worst. If you want to see betrayal, mayhem and murder, do not miss this.