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The Unsaid (2001)

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Tom McLoughlin directs the downbeat psychological thriller The Unsaid, released straight-to-video in the U.S. Andy Garcia stars as Kansas psychologist Dr. Michael Hunter who quits his practice following the suicide of his teenage son Kyle (Trevor Blumas). Disturbed by the death, separated from his wife, and lacking the Shelley (Linda Cardellini), Michael is soon approached by social worker Barbara (Teri Polo). She needs him to evaluate her client, Thomas Caffey (Vincent Kartheiser), a traumatised teenage boy who is due for release from a juvenile center. Feeling somewhat compelled to offer his services, Michael discovers the boy's horrible past involving his father, Joseph (Sam Bottoms), who is in prison for murder .
Rating:
R
Genre:
Art House & International , Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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Cast

Andy Garcia
as Michael Hunter
Vincent Kartheiser
as Thomas Caffey
Linda Cardellini
as Shelly Hunter
Sam Bottoms
as Mr. Caffey
Trevor Blumas
as Kyle Hunter
Samuel Bottoms
as Joseph Caffey
Brendan Fletcher
as Troy Pasternak
Teri Polo
as Barbara Wagner
August Schellenberg
as Det. Hannah
Trevor Aikman
as Graduate Student
Sarah Deakins
as Diana Caffey
Joe Drago
as Flashback Cop
Peter Hanlon
as University Chairman
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½

Decent movie, for the most part. Seems to suffer from the "not sure how to end it" syndrome. The boy that played Tommy did a really good job, as did Andy Garcia, though. I just found things not wrapping up in a way that could make this a great movie...

Cynthia S.
Cynthia S.

Super Reviewer

It's a good movie. It seemed to be bordering on greatness, with a story that had potential but ended up being rather typical and overdone.

Pete Skeris
Pete Skeris

The Unsaid (2003) - Tommy (Vincent Kartheiser) is a mentally ill 18-year old kid with a terrible secret that is shared by his father, who is in prison for life. Michael Hunter (Andy Garcia), who's own son committed suicide because he couldn't live with the sexual abuse he was getting from one of Hunter's friends, tries to help Vincent. Good movie, but it had its grinding moments. The director is Tom McLoughlin. He also directed the sixth Friday the 13th movie. I saw they were releasing a five volume box set of Jason carving up teenagers, which I guess pretty much spells the end of that movie series. Too bad, Jason vs. Predator would have been awesome.

Rich Brown
Rich Brown

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