Down in the Valley

2005, Drama, 1h 54m

101 Reviews 25,000+ Ratings

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The premise of Old West clashing with modern suburbia is fresh and initially intriguing, but the second act degenerates into a clumsy jumble of events which strain credibility. Read critic reviews

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On a trip to the beach, a teenage girl named Tobe (Evan Rachel Wood) meets a charismatic stranger named Harlan (Edward Norton), who dresses like a cowboy and claims to be a former ranch hand. The pair feel an instant attraction and begin a relationship, but her father (David Morse), a lawman, is suspicious of her lover.

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