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About the Movie
Richard is a popular high school graduate with a bright future, lots of friends and a beautiful girlfriend. But when a drunken brawl after a house party ends with deadly consequences, his perfect life is changed forever.
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 30
- Fresh: 28
- Rotten: 2
- Average Rating: 7.6/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Fresh: Mr. Reynor's portrayal of this man-child is an extraordinary screen performance in which his face registers all the conflicting emotions gripping Richard. We see every layer of him, from the scared inner child to the suave, entitled ladies' man.
Fresh: A low-key but compelling morality tale.
Fresh: [Feels] like a Bergman homage without earning the clunky label "Bergmanesque."
Fresh: You may be shocked by your own reactions to "what Richard did," but you won't soon forget the movie in which he did them.
I hope this film gets some publicity. It was beautifully told and acted. Reynor definitely has a career in acting ahead of him!
Great Film. Breakout Performance by Jack Raynor
After seeing the trailer for this film, I was really looking forward to it, and it did not disappoint. American made films tend to have too many talking heads and forget that it's a visual medium. Jack Raynor did more with one look than most actors say throughout the entire film, and kudos to the director to capture those moments. There wasn't a false moment. Richard's spiral was raw, gritty, and the moments of isolation and madness were powerful. The confession scene with his father was magnificent.
Jack has a great future in film, and he will be acting circles around Mark Wahlberg (which doesn't take much) in the upcoming Transformers sequel.
Kudos to the rest of the cast as well, especially the love interest and the actor playing Connor. And to the director, thanks for staying true to the craft and for telling a such a haunting, provocative and evocative story.
What Richard Did
Thought provoking, in your head film. How one thing can change your life forever, so using extra care in how you interact in your daiy life, is crucial. Think, before you act, look, before you leap, etc. Acting was great. I found Jake's character refreshing, too. Pace was nice, for the emotional build up.