The Young Unknowns There's a shocking, casual quality to the self-destructive narcissism of the pretty, petty kids squandering their lives in the L.A. sunshine of this raw and… The Young Unknowns There's a shocking, casual quality to the self-destructive narcissism of the pretty, petty kids squandering their lives in the L.A. sunshine of this raw and… 2003-04-11 R PT87M Drama Devon Gummersall Arly Jover Eion Bailey Leslie Bibb Indican Pictures
Movie Review

THE YOUNG UNKNOWNS (2003)

MPAA Rating: R
EW's GRADE
B+

Details Limited Release: Apr 11, 2003; Rated: R; Length: 87 Minutes; Genre: Drama; With: Devon Gummersall and Arly Jover; Distributor: Indican Pictures

There's a shocking, casual quality to the self-destructive narcissism of the pretty, petty kids squandering their lives in the L.A. sunshine of this raw and potent feature debut. The film says nothing new about parental negligence among the rich and name-dropping, but it speaks in an impressively confident, dispassionate, insider's voice.

Originally posted Apr 25, 2003 Published in issue #706-707 Apr 25, 2003 Order article reprints