In this drama thriller set in the South, a young boy named Green (Bret Harrison) longs to escape his unhappy life but feels trapped in his hometown. A gifted special-effects makeup artist, Green has big dreams of working in Hollywood. But the boy’s personal demons — a drunken, abusive stepfather, a group of religious zealots out to destroy his work and the love of a girl who prefers small-town life — may stand in the way of his dreams.
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