This minuscule, no-hype indie comes to America via the Sundance Film Festival. Jake (Danny Alexander) is a 15-year-old kid who goes to Montana searching for his wayward mother. What he finds, instead, is the picture-perfect Tucker family, which more or less adopts the troubled youth. Unfortunately, Jake can't shake off his roots and soon finds himself shoplifting, being seduced by a sexy neighbor and leading the neighborhood kids on an ever escalating series of pranks. This erotically charged coming-of-age tale is bold and dramatic, but doesn't have enough skills in place to feel totally realistic. 94 minutes R.