It's an ideal collaboration: A stylish director desperately seeking substance transforms the first, somewhat flat novel of a promising young writer into powerful and brutally honest film about a highly controversial subject. In the summer of 1981, in the small town of Hutchinson, Kansas, five hours went missing from the life of 8-year-old Brian Lackey (George Webster). Brian remembers sitting on a bench at a Little League game, but the next thing he can recall is being found hours later, huddled in a cellar with a bloody nose. From that moment on, nosebleeds would become a regular thing with Brian, along with bed-wetting, night terrors and blackouts. Ten years later,...