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Clifton Collins Jr.
In a stunning modern Spanish Villa lives Bill (Iggy Pop) an aging, half-blind rock star with his young, very beautiful and sexually promiscuous wife Isabelle (Kacey Barnfield). Into their Ibizan paradise comes Lucas (Ben Lamb), an ex-lover looking for revenge. Lucas wants his inheritance back; he believes she stole it from him, but Isabelle will give him nothing. Bill asks Lucas to stay and to make peace with Isabelle, but really he has another agenda - he has a plan... Meanwhile, Lucas is already torn up inside with the desire for revenge, and when he sees how Isabelle is having one of her flings with David their Spanish 'pool boy' he sees an opportunity to turn the tables and things spiral dangerously out of control.
I watched it solely because I was curious how Iggy Pop acts. I didn't have high expectations, so I can't say I was disappointed. The actors seem to have done their job, but the weakness of the movie is actually the script. Nothing interesting happened in the first half of the movie. The characters themselves were quite boring and could not support the movie, despite the acting performances, which were OK.
I might have missed something interesting from the second half of the movie, but I didn't care enough to see what that was. I could see myself watching the whole thing if I was at home in the evening and I only had basic cable.
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