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James D.R. Hickox
Jonathan 'Lil J' McDaniel,
A terminally ill crime boss, known only as The Man, hires a hit man named Frank to carry out his own assassination as well as the assassination of The Woman he loves. When The Woman turns out to be Frank's long lost lover, he turns against The Man becoming the target himself. Written by
The opening scene was good and it went steadily downhill after that. The script was beyond bad, as it went way beyond artistic-licence and made no effort to be even the tiniest bit credible.
The characters behaved in ways that made no sense and in the unlikely event that you get drawn into it, I think you'll find one disappointment after another because of this fundamental flaw.
It felt like the director was trying too hard to make a stylish film noir. In this he failed abysmally, because there was a complete lack of subtlety, which made the entire effort fall flat on its face.
Like many, I expected more of a film with such a cast, so I was very disappointed.
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