Innocents

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Released 2000

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Innocents

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Director:
Gregory Marquette
Released:
2000
Rating:
R
Innocents is a gritty psychological thriller about a New York music professor who embarks upon an unexpected trip with a couple of Midwestern sisters. Looking to clear his head, French cellist and music professor Gerard Huxley (Jean-Hugues Anglade) leaves New York for a cross country trip, but his journey unfolds much more differently than he had planned. A car crash in the Midwest lands him in the hospital, with the lovely nurse Megan Denright (Connie Nielsen) attending to him. The two of them become friendly, and Megan invites Gerard to her home for dinner. There he meets the nurse's ailing father Robert (Frank Langella) and her somewhat unstable sister Dominique (Mia Kirshner), and before long he is spending more and more time with Megan and her family. After their father dies, the two sisters go out for a soul searching journey of their own, bringing their out of town visitor along for the ride. But Gerard soon realizes this is not a typical trip by any means, as the Denright girls have a dark sinister agenda in mind. The suspense builds and darkness envelops the musician's world as he bears witness to a frightening side of the human psyche that threatens everything in his life. Gregory Marquette writes and directs this indie classic filled with notable performances all around.moreless
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