This pleasant-looking fellow boards a subway and is accosted by a homeless guy who thinks the man is Matthew Broderick. May Broderick never have a fan like this! This is a film that sucks you in slowly and builds a tension that increases until you find you are sitting with your eyes popped open and this stupid slack jaw, gaping at the screen, wanting to yell at the soon-to-be-victim to just say something to turn this crazy guy off when you realize with horror that the situation won't allow anything he says to make any difference and you suddenly find that you are just as interested in this nutty mugger's view of life and hey this guy is funny, but wait he's really dangerous and thank god it's not me on this train and where the hell are the cops and omygod this is going to end badly...
Dan Settani as writer/director/lead actor more lives the role than performs it. And the rest of the cast is quite credible.
I highly recommend this ride.
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