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Rushlights (2013)

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Billy and Sarah, two delinquent teenage lovers from the suburbs of Los Angeles, travel to a small southern town to falsely claim a dead friend's inheritance.


Antoni Stutz





Cast overview, first billed only:
Beau Bridges ... Sheriff Brogden
Haley Webb ... Sarah
Josh Henderson ... Billy
Aidan Quinn ... Cameron Brogden
Lorna Raver ... Belle Brogden
Jordan Bridges ... Earl
Crispian Belfrage ... Eddie Romero
Philip Lenkowsky ... Sly Wheaton
Joel McKinnon Miller ... Sal Marinaro
Nestor Aaron Absera Nestor Aaron Absera ... Jamie Albright (as Nestor Absera)
Amanda Carlin ... Dotty
Benjamín Benítez ... Officer #1 (as Benjamin Benitez)
Lionel D. Carson ... Officer #2 (as Lionel Carson)
August Emerson ... Joey Marinaro
Eileen Grubba ... Alice


"Rushlights" revolves around Billy Brody (Josh Henderson) and Sarah (Haley Webb), two delinquent young lovers from the suburbs of Los Angeles, traveling to a small Texas town to falsely claim a dead friend's inheritance. The two teens, haunted by their own dubious pasts while pursuing their scam, wind up in a nightmare of greed and betrayal when confronted with the twisted and bizarre underworld of Tremo, TX - population 2870. Written by Rushlights LLC ©2013

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence, language, sexuality and drug use | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

24 July 2013 (Norway) See more »

Also Known As:

Слабые проблески See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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Rushlights See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?


When the car is stolen from in front of the general store, everybody keeps referring to it as an El Camino, when, in fact, it's a Ford Ranchero. See more »


Sheriff Robert Brogden, Jr.: [to Billy Brody] Sooner or later, I'm gonna nail your maggot ass to the wall.
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Alternate Versions

Rushlights: Unrated Director's Cut (2016) See more »


I Only Hope
Written by Prentis Goodwin
Performed by Prentis Goodwin
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Grifters in Love
10 July 2013 | by RogerB-P3RV3See all my reviews

Where do I start? First the positives. The performances are okay but nothing memorable. Beautifully shot by Gregg Easterbrook giving a proper carmine tone to reflect the proceedings taking place in a small dusty Texas town. The score is slightly ambitious and overbearing for a flick that with few cuts and ADR should be perfect as Lifetime offering.

Nothing original about the plot. Girl (Haley Webb) meets a drifter (all smoldering Josh Henderson), become lovers with just bat of an eye and intense gaze and somehow construed to conned their way to riches only to find obstacles in shape of town Sheriff (Beau Bridges) with his deputy Earl (Jordan Bridges) in tow. I bet Bridges told the producers he will work for half the pay for price of two Bridges. The grifters also had to contend with the appearance of maniacal Edward (Crispian Belfrage) looking for the share of the loot.

Rushlights aim to be the type of B-grade noirish we used to get plentiful of in late 80's and early 90's with smattering of violence, characters with hidden agenda and oodles of nudity to cover for the familiarity of the plot and distract us until the final twist. Only that Rushlights lacked nearly all the ingredients listed. The flick needed something to make it a standout in the genre. Violence is minimal. Sleazy factor is zero. Shocking scenes to jolt us out of stupor.

Tacked on climax(es) is just plain ridiculous.

Aidan Quinn was pretty absorbing with his Texan lawyer persona. The guy needs to be a regular player on TV-circuit than merely being guest stars and supporting roles in films.

Josh is safe from unemployment thanks to TV's Dallas. He needs to put in more effort beyond getting in someone face or staring at them like they stole his bicycle or something.

English actor Crispian doesn't bother to hide his accent but comes off best especially in scenes with Haley which itself felt restrained when you needed the pair cat-and-mouse game to be more graphic in nature.

As a fan of film nudity, there is nothing from lovely Haley. Strangely, I would been disappointed if she went nude. I think she is way too talented to be involved in this middling effort. She got nothing to work with here. Her ability to emote in dramatic scenes is wasted on such a thin material worsened by flimsy clichéd dialogues. It's time for Haley to take a chance and step out of her comfort zone before it's too late. Young actresses have expiry date in youth-obsessed Hollywood.

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