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Not the most exciting movie ever but still worth watching
A previous reviewer was right, this would make a great stage play. I enjoyed the film but there wasn't very much going on. Tom Roth was wonderful and makes the film worth watching, Alexis Arquette is new to me but I thought he gave a good performance overall. Any Tim Roth fans should definitely put this one on their list.
If you don't like Tim Roth (strange) I believe that this film doesn't have enough going for it to keep you interested.
Basic Plot: Two brothers, one an addict the other a screw-up, and his battle to save his brother.
Be prepared for a very very sad ending.
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