A darkly compelling psychological thriller, FLESH AND BONE recalls the downbeat films of the 1970s with its story of true love threatened by the dark secrets of the past.
An isolated farm house, a decent, hard-working farm family and a lost boy with a tiny blue star tattooed on his scalp; from the way the dog barks, the wind chimes jangle and the screen door creaks, we know the stage is set for something very bad to happen. In the dark of the night, the boy
creeps downstairs and opens the front door, admitting his father, a brutal thief. The family awakes, and the burglar kills them, all but the little baby who's left crying upstairs.
Two decades later, ...