Synopsis: A suburban family is torn apart when fourteen-year-old Annie (Liana Liberato) meets her first boyfriend online. After months of communicating via online chat and phone, Annie discovers her friend (Chris Henry Coffey) is not who he originally claimed to be. Shocked into disbelief, her parents (Clive Owen and Catherine Keener) are shattered by their daughter's actions and struggle to support her as she comes to terms with what has happened to her once innocent life.
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Director(s): David Schwimmer
Production: Millenium Entertainment
  1 win & 3 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
106 min

I mean, it's pretty

dumb, but whatever.

Look at this.

Oh, my God,

that's so pretty.

I love it. Thank you

so much, Aunt Nicole.

Isn't it

pretty, Brit?

Dad? More decaf?

So, you two. High school.

That's pretty great.

I guess. It's gonna

be sorta weird though.


Our school is kind of a

feeder for New Trier's

so we're gonna know like

a ton of people already.

Here, Annie.

Happy Birthday!

It's like the one you saw

on The Hills, right?

I don't think The Hills are

the role models we were looking for.

It's a bit revealing,

don't you think?

She's fourteen,

you guys.

Yeah, no need

to remind me.

- So. You did great.

- Mmm hmm!

Come on.

Come on what?

Give it to me.

What's she talking about?

It's a heavy box.

It's the new

MacBook Pro.

It's got a four

gigabyte hard drive

What? I know what

that means.

I think you're actually

passing wind at this point.


it's getting

late, Banannie.

Five more minutes, Dad, please?

It's still my birthday.

All right.


Who are you

talking to?

I'm chatting, Dad.

My friend Charlie

from California.

He's a junior and plays

volleyball for his high school.

Ooh, a junior.

Well, he's obviously a very smart kid.

LOL. Laugh

out loud. Right?

Nice one, Dad.


"Parent watching

over my shoulder."

And what is that?

"Laughing my ass off.

Me too."

No, wait.

Dad, can you go talk to Mom about

mortgage payments or something.

All right. Good night,

birthday girl.

Good night.

Love you.

Love you.

All right.

Let's see what you got.

There you go, ladies.

Touch the line.

Make sure you're

touching the line.

Last one.

You're almost there.

Hey, Annie, come here!

This is Serena.

So, you're Peter

Cameron's little sister.

Your brother's

hot as shit.

Uh, thanks, I guess.

So, I'm having a little

party at my house Saturday night

and you, little

Cameron, are invited.

Okay. Uh,

thanks, Serena.

Tell your brother.

ls it deliberate?

NO, not at all.

Hey, honey?

No phones

at the table, please.


Katie, will you take a

picture of me and Peter?

Hey, what did Mom just say?

I was just gonna send a

photo to Charlie, but okay.

So, seriously,

what's this guy's deal?

Well, he's smart.

And funny.

His brother's being recruited

by UC Berkeley for football

and that's where he wants

to go, but for volleyball.

Oh, right.

The girl's sport.

What do his parents do?

His mom teaches

kids with autism

and his dad

works for ESPN.

I don't know,


Sounds like he's got too much

going for him for my likin'.


Yeah, I know

what you're talking about.

I'm looking at them right now.

These are definitely for a

clothing company, right?

So why isn't anybody

wearing a shirt?

No, I'm kidding. Yeah.

They're good. Go with it. Okay. Bye.

Hi, Mom!

Hey, honey, how'd it go?

I made the team!

You did? That's great!

What happened?


Come on.

Where are you?

About time.

Hi, Charlie.

Where's mine, bozo?


"I'm really 20.

Sophomore at UC Berkeley."






Hi, girls.

So did your brother come with?

No, he's packing

for college.


Looks like I wore these for nothing.

Come join us.

We're teaching Alexa

how to give a blow job.

She sucks.

She keeps gagging.

Serena, where's

your bathroom?

We have like six of them.

Go down the hall. You'll find one.

Hi, Dad.

Hey, sweetheart.

You have a good time?


Those girls kinda

freaked me out though.


I-l really want them

to like me, you know?

It means a lot.

Just be yourself

If the Serenas of the world

don't like it, it's their loss.

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Andy Bellin

Andy Bellin is a director and screenwriter, whose credits include the 2013 film Lovelace and the 2011 Clive Owen film Trust. He is the son of model Countess Christina Bellin and plastic surgeon Dr. Howard Bellin. more…

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