The Good Son
The Good Son is a 1993 American psychological thriller film directed by Joseph Ruben and written by English novelist Ian McEwan. It stars Macaulay Culkin, Elijah Wood, Wendy Crewson and David Morse.
Mark (Elijah Wood), a young boy who loses his mother, must stay with his extended family while his father is away on business. Mark becomes acquainted with his cousin Henry (Macaulay Culkin). However, the extent of Henry’s depravity becomes clear when Mark sees him kill a neighbor’s dog and intentionally create a traffic pileup on the highway. After a supposed mishap on an icy pond with Henry’s sister Connie (Quinn Culkin), Mark tries to reveal Henry’s crimes before it’s too late. It was translated by Vj Junior.
Elijah Wood as Mark Evans. A 12-year-old boy from Arizona and the protagonist of the film. After his mother passes away, he is sent to Maine to stay with his aunt and uncle while his father is away on a business trip in Tokyo, Japan’s capital city.
Macaulay Culkin as Henry Evans, Mark’s psychopathic cousin and the main antagonist of the film.
Wendy Crewson as Susan Evans, Mark’s aunt and Henry’s mother.
David Morse as Jack Evans, Mark’s father and Wallace’s younger brother.
Daniel Hugh Kelly as Wallace Evans, Mark’s uncle, Jack’s older brother and Henry’s father.
Jacqueline Brookes as Alice Davenport, a child psychologist.
Quinn Culkin as Connie Evans, Henry’s little sister.
Ashley Crow as Janice Evans, Jack’s wife and Mark’s mother.