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Kintan Siera Anggita over 3 years ago
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erin 7 years ago
L.I.E. is a 2001 American independent film about a relationship between Howie, a 15-year-old boy, and a pedophile known as 'Big John'. The title is an acronym for the Long Island Expressway. The film was directed by Michael Cuesta, who has said that the film is about exploring sexuality. It stars Paul Franklin Dano as Howie and Brian Cox as Big John. Howie Blitzer (Paul Franklin Dano) is deeply affected by the death of his mother in a car accident on the Long Island Expressway, a situation made worse by his relationship with his distant father Marty (Bruce Altman), who brought a trophy girlfriend into the house less than a month after his wife's death. Howie's only solace is the company of his best friend Gary Terrio (Billy Kay), a juvenile delinquent and hustler. Gary is attracted to Howie, but Howie is unsure of his own sexuality. They have two other friends their age, one of whom, Kevin (James Costa), has an incestuous relationship with his sister. The four boys routinely break...
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