Half a dozen debase-group English kids in their mid- to late-teens ditch institute for the woods and literally run into an enigmatic of equally open to question wits who latches onto them and manipulates them, outset with straightforward psychological tricks but soon with more brutal methods.
If you go down to the woods today you're established of an intriguing paltry psycho-thriller that inverts the in one piece hoodie antipathy thing by recasting mean, knived-up nippers as the victims in a film close to power-brokering, bullying and the arrival of adulthood.
Evidently made for a farthing but cunningly exploiting its monetary restrictions, Summer Scars opens with a gang of horrible teenage hoodies scootering including the Welsh woods where they collar into powerfully unreliable drifter Peter (Kevin Howarth), who bursts into their world with an air ransack and a skewed sanity of quagmire. At anything else he's half Peter-Face, half beardy Green Bracelets, and though Summer Scars' jot down-up suggests Eden Lake or Deliverance, if you're looking for ...
You can post new comment every 30 seconds (No HTML available):
FULL-MOVIE-DOWNLOADS.NET provides links to other sites on the Internet. We do not host or upload any video, films, or media files. Therefore, FULL-MOVIE-DOWNLOADS.NET is not responsible for the accuracy, compliance, copyright, legality, decency, or any other aspect of the content of other linked sites. If you have any legal issues please contact the appropriate media file owners or host sites.