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Driving drunk, Thomas Reed causes a car crash, fatal for his wife, and gets jailed for 5 years. Yet he feels like punishing himself afterward by moving to Californian small town Purgatory Flats, where he works as a humble barman. Suddenly he witnesses a shooting and volunteers to help the wounded Owen Mecklin, whose brothers Dean and Randy drag him further into their own crime life. Owen's sexy wife Sunny seduces 'Doc'. Local detective Travis McGill gets their trail. But treason proves the gravest luring danger. Written by
Slightly above average noir. You will not recognize any of the actors, however character development and acting are not bad. The storyline is somewhat original. Recently released from prison physician falls in with a dysfunctional family in the small desert town of "Purgatory Flats". He is attracted to the wife of one of the family members which leads to murder and double crossing. If you enjoy these on location southwest films like "Truth or Consequences New Mexico", "American Strays", etc., you will probably like this one also. It drags in places, but eventually picks up again. Marginally recommended, and not bad of it's type. - MERK
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