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Steal received a limited theatrical release in the U.S. on April 25, 2003, earning $220,994. It was not classified by the American Motion Picture Association, and received a certificate of 15 from the British Board of Film Classification.
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In “Steal Me,” author/director Melissa Painter gives a heartfelt portrait of relationships surrounding 15-year-old kleptomaniac, Jake, who arrives in a small Montana town looking for his mom. A small Montana town, a 15-year-old kleptomaniac. Instead, Jake finds a perfectly matched Tucker family, who accepts him into their lives, even though he has an unsavoury background. Jake (Danny Alexander) is passing through a small Montana town while continuing to find the mother he abandoned years earlier, when he meets Tucker (Hunter Parrish) after stealing the radio from her truck.