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Hard Candy


Elliot Page, Patrick Wilson, Sandra Oh, Odessa Rae View All


David Slade (Director), Brian Nelson (Writer) View All

Release: Jan. 14th, 2005
Runtime: 1 hour, 43 minutes
Hayley’s a smart, charming teenage girl. Jeff’s a handsome, smooth fashion photographer. An Internet chat, a coffee shop meet-up, an impromptu fashion shoot back at Jeff’s place. Jeff thinks it’s his lucky night. He’s in for a surprise.
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mark f
Eventually, Hayley drugs Patrick, ties him up, accuses him of pedophilia and also questions him about a missing girl, although the relationship between this other girl and Hayley is unclear.
The Gnat
It is a fairly disturbing film that isn't all that graphic, which is nice to see since there are a lot of films that are disturbing, but have to show as much as possible to make it disturbing, Hard Candy is more mentally trying.
Darth Stujitzu
The film starts off innocently enough, although it's hard to fathom why a 32 year old would be knowingly flirting with a 14 year old, but soon takes a very severe twist that makes for an uncomfortable but fascinating viewing.