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Down in the Valley

Rated R for violence, sexual content, language and drug use.

R 125min.
 
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A romance between a teenage girl and a thirtysomething drifter takes the young woman down a dangerous and unexpected path in this independent drama. Tobe (Evan Rachel Wood) is a pretty 18-year-old whose father, Wade (David Morse), is the sheriff of a ... Read More
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