Synopsis: In Venice, California, Kelley Tanner and Jonas Trumball are homeless teenagers who live on the beach and spend the day using drugs, drinking booze and shoplifting to survive. One day, Jonas overhears a conversation in a parking area between a woman named Evelyn and her housekeeper, and Evelyn tells that she will travel for one month with her husband David and she gives the alarm code to her servant. Jonas sees the chance to rob the house and brings Kelley with him. Kelley is in need of family love since she was a foster girl that left her foster house to live on the streets, and she spends the days watching the home videos of Evelyn, David, their son Michael, who has a poster of "The Kid" in his room, and their deceased daughter Stephanie. But Jonas is interested in robbing as much as possible to start a new life in Mexico. He meets a dangerous criminal to fence the jewelry and the Porsches of the family. But the family returns and Kelley and Jonas need to flee from the house. When Kel
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Martin Weisz
Production: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  1 win.
102 min

- Is there any water?

- No.

- You got any weed?

- No.

We should try and score though.

I'm hungry.

Well, let's hit the dumpsters

behind Flake.

Mook, wake up, man.

Let's go.

No! What the f***?

Wait. What are you...?

- Hey, do you guys sell phone cards?

- We do.

- One?

- Sorry, the international one.

Here you go.

Hey, he's stealing!

- Hey!

- Hey, you little punk!


- F*** you, man!

- You little f***er! You with him?

- No.

- You are.

- No!

- Come here, you b*tch! Hey!

All right, what do you say?

B.V., you like those, I know.

Hey, can I have a cigarette?

- Not healthy.

- Banana.

- Banana.

- Yeah.

Eat up, eat up.

All right.

Oh, hey, the drum circle's tonight,


- F***, yeah.

- It's gonna be dope.

- F***, yeah.

- Al said he'll give us some acid.

- How much?

- It's not about the money.

We work on a barter system.

Like jacking that chick's purse


- B*tch, you step off.

- Don't call me a b*tch.

- Chill.

- What's your problem?

- Don't say I'm gonna steal the purse.

- Everybody chill. Al owes me a favor.

That's why he's hooking us the tabs,

okay? That's it.

I got you this.

That's sweet.

Thank you.

- It's just a f***ing cake.

- I know.

Where are you going?

One man's trash

is another man's treasure, my friend.

Especially if that one man

is a rich prick.

I can't believe

we're leaving tonight at 9.

You don't have to clean

until the Saturday before we get back.

- But that's four weeks.

- Exactly.

It's okay.

Terrence and me watch the house.

I know you will.

Remember to set the alarm

before you leave.

- You remember the code?

- Yes, Mrs. Evelyn.

But sometimes you change it.

The first four numbers of the address,



If you have any problem,

call Bob Needleman.

- He'll get ahold of us.

- Yes, Mrs. Evelyn. I call him.


There she goes, Jonas.

Make a f***ing move.



F*** you.

F*** you.

Everybody can go f*** themselves.

If you have any problem,

call Bob Needleman.

Holy sh*t.


Can't wait to get on the plane

and have a pinot grigio.

What is that?

Oh, f***.

Wow, she's f***ed up totally, man.

- You're gonna get lucky tonight.

- What's up, Goldilocks?

You know where you're sleeping tonight?

You're sleeping with me!

Kelly. What's up?

- Hey, a**hole...

- What the f***, man? I said I'd be back.

No, you didn't.

I did. I wrote it on your left arm.

Your other left.

Whatever. I...

Come on.

What the f***'s she on, man?

What you on?

- Who's this?

- Who me? I'm her brother, man.

- You her brother?

- Yeah.

- We gotta get out of here.

- Where you going?

San Diego, bro. Come on.

- Where's the fire? Stick around.

- No, I can't. We gotta get this ride.

Leave her with us.

Trade for some meth.

- Yeah, that sound good to me.

- Hey!

What the...?

Big mistake.

F***... F***ing white boy!

- Piece of sh*t!

- Get back!

I'm gonna f***ing kill you!

- Come on, Kelly. Come on.

- I don't feel so...

- F***ing dead, white boy!

- Come on, motherf***er.

Don't come back to Venice, ever!

Or you dead!


What do you think?

Where are we?

Pacific Palisades.

How did you find this place?

Wasn't easy.


- It's...

- F***ing beautiful. Right?


Well, it's ours, for like a month.



This guy's got some taste.

You want a drink?


Look, here's the family.

The whole family.

The kids are like our age.


Try that.

All right, so her...

...that's Evelyn, she's the one I saw

in the parking lot.

And that's her husband.


- How do you know his name?

- It's here.

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