Having Naomi Campbell in a leading role playing a woman held under lock and key by a criminal might be what the filmmakers thought would be every man's dream. Don't get me wrong, Naomi is not a bad choice, but it's clear that the whole movie is a vehicle for showing her perfect looks. What is really disappointing is Eric Thal as the man who struggles with his mobster engagements, desperately trying to balance between his duty for his evil mobster boss (btw. Beau Starr bringing some kind of emotion to the movie) and his love for the woman he should have killed. But none of that is really visible. Eris seems to be the happiest guy of the world just to have scenes with Naomi and getting to kiss her ...
If one likes to watch Naomi Campbell playing a desperate woman using her female powers to survive that movie is worth consideration, but don't expect more than that.
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