Rebecca Thomas's feature debut shows a striking visual promise that's not quite matched by her storytelling.
Julia Garner plays 15-year-old Rachel, daughter of a remote Mormon community in Utah, who believes she's been impregnated by her first exposure to rock music. Her pastor father (Billy Zane) organises her wedding – for the next day.
Escaping to Las Vegas, she falls in with teenage dropout Clyde (Rory Culkin) and begins a drastically compressed education in the modern world.
Thomas brings a fresh perception to the eerie mood of displacement, and wins a fine performance from Garner as the wide-eyed naïf. It loses its way before the end, but its interest never flags.