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Brooding Ronnie lives with his mother in a run-down section of Van Nuys. Unstable and isolated, he binges on popular Alt-Right vlogs and creates his own video channel on the downfall of real America. In a world where opportunities are few, Ronnie rages, fueling his anger with pornography, racism, and delusion: a toxic cocktail waiting to explode. Exploring the themes of twisted patriotism and sexual dysfunction, CUCK sheds light on 2019 Trump America and its roots in our society.


  • Zachary Ray Sherman
  • Sally Kirkland
  • Timothy V. Murphy
  • Monique Parent
  • David Diaan
  • Hugo Armstrong
  • Albert Abraham
  • Travis Hammer
  • Jessica Jade Andres
  • Patrick Malone

Did You Know?


  • In preparing for the role of RONNIE, Zachary gained 45 pounds.
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  • When Ronnie goes on his own dating profile looking for a date, it's lists where he works at. Dating sites only lists occupation, not where the person worked.
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Oct 3, 2019

At its best, Cuck emphasizes those moments when Ronnie is reachable: when he’s treated like an ordinary person and tries his best to respond in kind.

Metacritic review by Noel Murray
Noel Murray
Los Angeles Times
Oct 2, 2019

Initially a caustic and somewhat programmatic checklist of alt-right obsessions, Cuck becomes more tonally and dramatically interesting after it shifts gear midway through, when Ronnie's story becomes a lurid psychosexual nightmare reminiscent of Darren Aronofsky's Requiem for a Dream.

Metacritic review by Stephen Dalton
Stephen Dalton
The Hollywood Reporter
Oct 2, 2019

Cuck is powerful so long as we’re simply trapped observing Ronnie’s all-too-palpable incomprehension and childlike tantrums over his dead-end circumstances. But when those circumstances start to feel rigged, the film’s value as analysis of a hot-button social phenomenon begins to cool.

Metacritic review by Dennis Harvey
Dennis Harvey