With his sister in trouble with the local semi-mob, a man works to pay off her debts but gets in too deep.
It's generally slow and brooding, doesn't get to the point and has an unsatisfying ending. Not recommended.
- 7:30 -- So did they intentionally get his sister in shit because they knew she couldn't deal with money?
- 8:00 -- I don't understand. If his sister is in the guy's pocket, why would he have a problem?
- So is this some sort of flashback movie?
- 12:50 -- That's sexist. She's a strong woman who doesn't need no man to take care of her.
13:05 -- .. but look at her reaction to him. As though women encourage these sorts of actions from men. Internalized something or other.
- I didn't realise she was his neighbour.
- 27:00 -- Big strong man.
- 41:40 -- Oh, that's Peta Wilson, who I recognize from La Femme Nikita.
- 47:25 -- She reminds me of Charisma Carpenter, who I know from Angel - (1999 TV show).
- 56:30 -- Damn that's one evil cop.
- 1:02:45 -- Does this actually happen?
- 1:06:10 -- I like that dude's thinking.
- 1:09:30 -- Creepy wall of skulls. Very The Terminator - (1984 movie)-esque.
- 1:20:20 -- So this whole movie was a flashback to this point.
1:26:00 -- I do like this guy, but I would get a cab across the city, buy new bags, get a hotel, check the money by hand, possibly moving to a new location, then buy new clothes.
- But visiting an old friend is cool too. I presume that's his kid though.