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Tony Gandía over 2 years ago
Too self-aware and into itself to function properly as a film.
Michael Cole almost 4 years ago
Well made movie tackling a difficult subject matter.
cervv 4 years ago
great story
Drew K almost 5 years ago
Incredible movie, but you'll only want to watch it once.
Leah Stone 7 years ago
Haunting, disturbing and doesn't hold back.
Mennah Ahmed Maher over 2 years ago
Zak Metz over 2 years ago
Natalie over 2 years ago
Steve Dronzewski over 2 years ago
tal sheldon over 2 years ago
Jack Rackham 3 years ago
Alan DeCoronado over 3 years ago
Sam Bowman almost 4 years ago
Nazampal Kaur Jaswal almost 4 years ago
Elea mckee 4 years ago
Guy Meltzer over 4 years ago
necl over 4 years ago
David Mejía 5 years ago
Mysterious Skin is a 2004 drama film directed by American filmmaker Gregg Araki, who also wrote the screenplay based on the 1996 novel of the same name by Scott Heim. The film is Araki's eighth, premiering at the Venice Film Festival in 2004, although it was not more widely distributed until 2005. Mysterious Skin tells the story of two pre-adolescent boys who are sexually abused by their baseball coach, and how it affects their lives in different ways into their young adulthood. One boy becomes a reckless, sexually adventurous male prostitute, while the other retreats into a fantasy of alien abduction. Born in 1972 in Kansas, 8-year-old Neil McCormick (Chase Ellison as a boy, Joseph Gordon-Levitt as an adolescent) and Brian Lackey (George Webster and Brady Corbet) are sexually abused by their baseball coach (Bill Sage). Both boys are targets for abuse due to their dysfunctional families: Neil's single mother (Elizabeth Shue) is neglectful and preoccupied with a string of boyfriends,...
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