Tourette's syndrome, personality disorders, troubled teens on the lam -- with baggage like that, it's surprising just how predictably director Bob Gosse's debut feature turns out to be. Marcy (Robin Tunney) and Seth (Henry Thomas) are two alienated
teenagers in upstate New York who literally bump into each other while out shoplifting. Seth is shy and introverted, while Marcy is a poor little rich girl suffering from Tourette's syndrome -- which causes her body to convulse in uncontrollable twitches and tics -- and an obsessive-compulsive
disorder that compels her to sort scattered objects into neat little piles. Angry that their local department store doesn't carry...