Brace yourself: Actor Tim Roth's austere directing debut is one of the most difficult, emotionally wrenching experiences you're likely to have in a movie theater anytime soon. But if you can stand it, you'll find this unflinching portrayal of one English family
undone by incest impeccably acted; it reveals a careful, assured director who never lets the explosive material get the better of his good judgement. Soon after his father (Ray Winstone) relocates his London-based family to a cramped farmhouse in the damp and remote Devonshire countryside,
15-year-old Tom (Freddie Cunliffe) stumbles upon an awful secret. Arriving home from shopping one afternoon with his mot...