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The Boy (2015)
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Director:Craig William Macneill Producer:Douglas Brown, Andrés Calderón, Daniel Noah, Josh C. Waller, Elijah Wood

Story by:Clay McLeod Chapman Screenplay by:Craig William Macneill, Clay McLeod Chapman  Music by:Volker Bertelmann Cinematography:Noah Greenberg   Edited by:Craig William Macneill  Running time:1h 45min Country:USA Language:English Genre:Drama, Horror, Thriller  Subtitle:English,   Starring: David Morse ... John Henley, Jared Breeze ... Ted Henley,
Rainn Wilson ... William Colby
, Bill Sage ... Sheriff Deacon Whit, Mike Vogel ... Dad, Zuleikha Robinson ... Mom,
Aiden Lovekamp ... Ben
, David Valencia ... Marcus

 
 

 


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Fangoria Chainsaw Awards 2016

Nominated
Chainsaw Award
Best Supporting Actor
Rainn Wilson 
Best Score
Volker Bertelmann 
 

Sitges - Catalonian International Film Festival 2015

Nominated
Official Fantàstic Competition
Best Motion Picture
Craig William Macneill 
 

SXSW Film Festival 2015

Nominated
SXSW Grand Jury Award
Narrative Feature
Craig William Macneill 
 

Young Artist Awards 2016

Won
Young Artist Award
Best Performance in a Feature Film - Leading Young Actor (10 and Under)
Jared Breeze 
 
 


An intimate portrait of a 9-year-old sociopath''s growing fascination with death.

User Reviews
A psychological gem
by Deb Mittleman (United States)
I would advise viewers to ignore most of the critic reviews on this one. I was engrossed from start to finish. There are no car chases and no fancy plot twists, but The Boy is a thoroughly enthralling film about a young boy who not only is dealing with a lot of boredom living at and running a remote motel with his father, but is also experiencing a good deal of anger and angst over the fact that his mother left them.

The actors were outstanding, and I was impressed by the character development. Some have complained that the movie is "too slow," but I think the pace captures the boy''s experience quite well, and offers up chilling dinner table fodder. I highly recommend to anyone who enjoys a solid psychological thriller.







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