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    Mysterious Skin

    A teenage hustler and a young man obsessed with alien abductions cross paths, together discovering a horrible, liberating truth.
    Duration: 105 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2004
    IMDb: 7.6
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  • Actors of "Mysterious Skin"

  • Characters of "Mysterious Skin"

    Neil. Character of Mysterious Skin
    Played by: Chase Ellison
    Brian. Character of Mysterious Skin
    Played by: George Webster
    Deborah. Character of Mysterious Skin
    Mrs. Lackey. Character of Mysterious Skin
    Played by: Lisa Long
    Mr. Lackey. Character of Mysterious Skin
    Played by: Chris Mulkey
    Mrs. McCormick. Character of Mysterious Skin
    Played by: Elisabeth Shue
    Alfred. Character of Mysterious Skin
    Coach. Character of Mysterious Skin
    Played by: Bill Sage
    Wendy. Character of Mysterious Skin
    Played by: Riley McGuire
    Stephen Zepherelli. Character of Mysterious Skin
    Played by: Ryan Stenzel
    Old Man with Scar. Character of Mysterious Skin
    Played by: Larry Marko
    Avalyn Friesen. Character of Mysterious Skin
    Eric. Character of Mysterious Skin
    Played by: Jeffrey Licon
  • Directors of "Mysterious Skin"

    Gregg Araki. Director of Mysterious Skin
    Gregg Araki
    Birthdate: 17 December 1959, Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Creators of "Mysterious Skin"

    Gregg Araki. Director of Mysterious Skin
    Gregg Araki
    Birthdate: 17 December 1959, Los Angeles, California, USA
    Scott Heim. Director of Mysterious Skin
    Scott Heim
    Birthdate: 26 September 1966, Hutchinson, Kansas, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Mysterious Skin"

    Miami Herald
    July 29, 2005

    Gone is the gloomy nihilism of The Doom Generation and The Living End, replaced by a melancholy, but hopeful, affection toward people with the capacity to overcome tremendous psychological trauma.

    Detroit Free Press
    July 22, 2005

    Araki's best film in a long time.

    Arizona Republic
    July 21, 2005

    The audience has gotten the point roughly 90 minutes before the characters do.

    Philadelphia Inquirer
    July 21, 2005

    Manages to deal with its raw, awful subject matter in ways that are both challenging and illuminating.

    Dallas Morning News
    July 01, 2005

    This is a challenging and ultimately moving film that deserves to find a like-minded audience.

    Boston Globe
    June 24, 2005

    The usual Araki elements are here (hustlers, rebels, uproar, the absurd), but now he appears to be working with focus and compassion.

    Bangkok Post
    May 11, 2016

    Like most good films, this one demands something from you, not just you from it. Some may run for cover, or for the exit, but those who stick around this strange and rich film will be sent out floating.

    The Dissolve
    March 17, 2014

    [...] For a movie about something as painful as child sexual abuse, Mysterious Skin doesn't repel. There's an allure to the images, which are as carefully posed and framed as figures in a softly illuminated dollhouse.

    Blu-ray.com
    March 07, 2014

    Contains a few flat notes of community participation, but Araki locates all the necessary surges of hopelessness and misguided desire, ending victorious in his quest to adapt Scott Heim's provocative novel.

    Empire Magazine Australasia
    November 07, 2012

    By exploring the taboo topic of paedophilia in a humanist manner that avoids sensationalising or heavy-handed verdicts, Araki's eloquent, sensitive film actually presents an indictment far stronger than any moral grandstander ever could.

    Cinema Writer
    August 21, 2010

    a bizarre, beguiling coming-of-age drama

    Old School Reviews
    September 15, 2009

    treads harrowing ground without falling into the pit of clichƩ

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