Preview, Stephen Dorff sees his Dead Daughter in “Don’t Go”

If ever there was anybody who put out the “New Brando/James Dean” vibe upon his arrival in the movies it was Stephen Dorff. 

His unkempt swagger and commitment to roles combined to create a “cool” persona that lasted at least until Hollywood figured out he was never going to be A-list, and consigned him to villains, indie fare and other genres kinder to an aging out of it hipster.

“Don’t Go” is a supernatural thriller about a father who lost his daughter, but thinks he’s figured out where she “went” after death. It opens Oct. 26

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