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  • Genres : Drama, Romance
  • Languages : English
  • Year of production : 2005
  • Cinema release date : 22/02/2006
  • Duration : 2h05'
  • Budget : $8,000,000

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  • Wednesday 22 February 2006
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Down in the Valley (2005)

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Set in modern-day San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles, the film begins with rebellious teenager October "Tobe" , going for a walk with her younger brother, Lonnie . The next day, Tobe goes to the beach with friends and when they stop for gasoline they are assisted by Harlan , a young man, though much older than Tobe - who affects a folksy, cowboy style. Tobe invites much-older Harlan to the beach. He accepts, and while at the beach, they share a passionate kiss. Afterwards, Tobe goes to his house and engages in sexual activities with Harlan. He then decides to take her on a real date which involves him and Tobe taking Lonnie to get something to eat. Later on that night they go on their "real" date dancing then later meeting up with Tobe's friends for another party. That is when he takes drugs under the influence of Tobe. She returns home the next day; having returned home long after she was expected, her father becomes enraged and she retreats to her room.


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