An unusual coming-of-age story that features a marvelously sensuous atmosphere, but veers off the track in search of a plot. Violet (Monica Keena) and Rosie (Daisy Eagan), orphaned adolescent sisters on the run, wind up on a military base and become the unlikely charges of
groundskeeper Pete (Gordon Currie). Rosie is a sister-in-spirit to Patty McCormack's BAD SEED, confused about the changes taking place in her own body and given to mutilating small animals. Her sense of betrayal when Violet takes up with Pete has inevitably tragic results. The first two-thirds of
Mo Ogrodnik's film weaves a compelling -- if far-fetched -- web, sticky with an aura that's equal par...