This is a story about a troubled Hollywood actor, who is probably blacklisted in the industry due to his “ways” and although most of the descriptions about the movie is about (a fading Hollywood star flashbacks to his childhood days as he returns home for his best friend’s funeral) , it isn’t quiet that way. It’s an interesting story which unfolds a bit slow in the beginning and a really strong middle with a puzzling ending. I loved the flashbacks into the childhood days which explain the trauma leading to his adult (mis)behaviors. Daniel Craig although listed as the star in the movie, should have been the co-star. The real star is Harry Eden, portraying the young Joe Scott, who did a wonderful job. Baillee Walsh wrote and directed the movie which takes you from tinseltown to a coastal town in England, (I believe) and then back to Hollywood. I loved the movie but would have preferred a stronger ending. I was on the edge of my seat until the last scene, which did not answer the final question. What happens to Joe Scott now? It is a must see for anyone interested in the lifestyles of the celebrity before and after their fame.