Hank, a solitary man living a dull existence in the sleepy, Southern town raises eyebrows when he develops a questionable relationship with Josie, a recently transplanted high school student.
Normal guy falls for young, wild girl. Gets caught up in her hectic seedy life.
I'm guessing the premise based on the picture
Looking at the director's last couple films, I'm hoping it to be a bit fucked up.
Unfortunately, looking at the director's last couple films, I'm also worried it will be a bit shit.
From the director of "Get the Girl" and the writer who was previously a crew hand for 15 episodes of True Blood, Huntsville is primed to be Sophie Turner's biggest regret of 2017.
i think she's gunning to be the next JLaw...staring in every movie coming out.
I know I’m old because she still looks like a child to me.
Sophie Turner looks like a badass grunge chick.
Isn't this essentially American Beauty?
Talk about a career Resurgence for Dylan McDermott. I think the last thing I can remember seeing him in was the cowboy way back in the 90s or The Pretender. Then he all of a sudden pops up in Olympus Has Fallen a few years back. Now he has that airplane show on Fox in this movie and I've seen him a couple other movies too. He has aged better than Tom Cruise or Keanu. Still handsome as fuck.
Yo, wtf, I live in Huntsville and did not hear about this. Very interesting