This enervated puzzler dawdles over familiar psychological details, but does a fair job of keeping the guilty party's identity a secret. Troubled teen Seth Reed (Jonathan Jackson) suffers from a recurring childhood nightmare in which he sses his father, Will (Treat Williams), torching their house. Since the age of six, Seth has believed that his dad set fire to their house, killing his mother, and Will's ongoing patience does nothing to ease his son's simmering rage. Even after Will covers up a DUI incident for Seth, the teen continues to treat his father antagonistically. He also drinks too much, scares his prom date and behaves in generally antisocial ways, so when...