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Young Adam (2003)
Starring: Ewan McGregor, Tilda Swinton, Emily Mortimer, Peter Mullan
Director: David Mackenzie
Category: Suspense / Thriller, Foreign, Drama
Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
97 mins



Ewan McGregor (Big Fish) gives the performance of his career in this shocking thriller based on the cult novel by Scottish Beat poet Alexander Trochhi.

Ella (Tilda Swinton, The Statement) may have been the boss' wife, but Joe (McGregor) couldn't have cared less. their torrid affair took his mind off the beautiful girl found floating in the river. Her name was Cathie (Emily Mortimer, Lovely & Amazing), and Joe was the last person to see her alive. Was Cathie's death an accident? Suicide? Or was it murder? Only Joe knows for certain. And the shocking truth could save the life of an innocent man... or send the guilty one to the gallows.