This story driven study about regret of a life spent in error has sharp, realistic dialog, compelling characters that feel authentic, and amazing cinematography.
I've had to sit through enough "Tarantino" style rip offs at film festivals that I was hesitant after reading the synopsis in the program at the 11th Annual Magnolia Independent Film Festival that I was about to watch a film about a hit-man . My fears were assuaged immediately. It was clear that I was in excellent hands with writer/director Benjamin Busch.
His visual choices were graceful and elegant, whether in the midst of violence or heartfelt emotion. I was very impressed. My one complaint was that I wanted more but that is part of what made this film so good. Always leave them wanting more.
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