Narcissistic Saskatchewan Tory politician Colin Thatcher is engaged in a bitter divorce from wife Joanne. When the court rules in Joanne's favour, Thatcher hires a hit man to kill his wife, and almost gets away with it.
A quiet painter, separated from his wife for a year, receives a suitcase in the mail from his mother, whom he hasn't seen since infancy. He believes she abandoned him to his wealthy, ... See full summary »
This has got to be the lamest attempt at a so called "movie" since Blair witch. It is totally devoid of anything you would want to pay to see in a movie. Just one meandering and meaningless scene after another with no focus or direction and totally lacking in intelligence or imagination. You can disregard the other positive review as it was most certainly written by someone involved in the making of this abominable MESS. I had a tough time finding reviews about this disaster as the thing is thankfully hard to find. Then I made the HUGE mistake of paying $9.25 on ebay for it. I would rather have given the money to the Hare Krishnas. Take my advice...if you enjoy well thought out crime movies with good cast and script- TOTALLY avoid this disgrace!!
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