R | | Crime, Drama
A 15-year-old Long Island boy loses everything and everyone he knows, soon becoming involved in a relationship with a much older man.
Brian Cox took the part of Big John Harrigan against the advice of most of his colleagues and his agent.
L.I.E. Long Island Expressway. You got the lanes going east, and you got the lanes going west. And you also got the lanes going straight to hell. Lot of people died on it. Harry Chapin, Alan Pakula, the movie director. You probably heard of them. ...
As Marty searches for his stolen money just before being arrested, the big screen TV in his room is off, but when Howie gets home and looks for his dad, the TV is on.
The NC17 rated version also has more explicit dialog and is longer when Howie is at Big Jon's house, and Big Jon turns on porn.
$82,530 (USA) (9 September 2001)
$1,141,829 (USA) (24 February 2002)
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