Walker (Geoff Burkman), the father of missing/murdered April, who had become romantically obsessed with Angela.
In a concluding life and death struggle with him, they both were stabbed, and he declared that he wanted to immolate himself with her, by setting the house on fire: "The only thing more romantic than running away together, is dying together... " Angela's last words to Bianca, who had fled the terrifying scene, were: "It's not your fault." Director Richard Linklater created a trilogy of talkative, insightful films about the lives of two individuals who happened to meet and were together for almost two decades (18 years).
Writer/producer/director Abdellatif Kechiche's NC-17 rated (for "explicit sexual content"), three-hour French drama won the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival.
The film's screenplay was based on the graphic novel by Julie Maroh - it was an intense portrayal of first love and sexual awakening.
Jesse also had a 14 year-old teenaged son named Hank (Seamus Davey-Fitzpatrick) who lived in Chicago with Jesse's (now) ex-wife.
There, Rachel paid for a lap dance from 19 year-old stripper Mc Kenna (Juno Temple), a "full-service sex worker." Afterwards, when Mc Kenna needed a place to stay, Rachel impulsively invited her to live at her home in a spare guest room, and work (part-time) as her live-in nanny, while continuing her hooker trade off-site.Writer/director Henrique Couto's low-budget and low-quality horror-thriller was a tribute to the slasher films of the 1980s, with very abundant nudity (in a series of completely gratuitous nude sequences with mostly very buxom females), violence, and death scenes perpetrated by a masked killer.It was reminiscent of The Slumber Party Massacre (1982), The House On Sorority Row (1983), and Sorority House Massacre (1986).Its tagline was: "Friendship...there's nothing in it for anybody." Pot smoking, immature, womanizing, superficial-minded weatherman Steve Dallas (Owen Wilson) in Annapolis, MD, was childhood pals with bi-polar, 'green' enthusiast Ben Baker (Zach Galifianakis), in a co-dependent relationship.Steve spent some of his time in his apartment as a 'peeping tom' viewing his attractive neighbor (Melanie Ratcliff) - he watched from afar on his balcony through her window.Pay TV channels were more free to do what they wanted than free-to-air networks.