Directed by Dean Devlin.
Starring David Tennant, Kerry Condon, Robert Sheehan, Jacqueline Byers, Lisa Brenner, and Hannah Barefoot.
Two part-time valet attendants spend their time robbing unsuspecting customers whilst they are busy easy dinner. One night this slick operation comes unstuck when a local businessman pulls up in his Maserati.
Upon first inspection the subject matter and creative force behind this dark and edgy thriller raise questions. Director, writer and producer Dean Devlin established himself in the mid Nineties collaborating with director Roland Emmerich on tent pole movies including Independence Day, Stargate and Godzilla. From then on his projects either theatrically or otherwise have been both entertaining and primarily mainstream. His latest directorial effort however is the equivalent of casting against type, being both inherently dark, morally ambiguous and cinematically challenging.
This might seem like a by the numbers thriller but screenwriter Brandon Boyce is asking us