Andy, a hyperactive compulsive gambler, has just been given one hour to live before a hit eliminates him for overdue gambling debts. With the deadline looming, Andy chooses to spend his last hour in more than one unusual way.
Andy (Jay Baruchel), a hyperactive compulsive gambler, has just been given one hour to live before hit man Reuban (Randy Quaid) takes his life in exchange for overdue gambling debts. With the deadline looming, Andy chooses to spend his last hour in more than one unusual way. We soon discover that there is more to him than meets the eye and Reuban turns out to have a secret or two of his own. Shot in real time, the film sheds light on the importance of what we do with the time we have in this world.
Ringtone heard on Reuban's phone is "Waltzing Matilda", a famous Australian song, considered an "unofficial Australian anthem". This, along with the character's accent reveals his probable Australian origin. See more »
You want to talk about bad luck? Fucking up your life, making stupid bets, stupid decisions... that's not bad luck, that's just stupid.
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I noticed a posting "Best film of the Toronto Film Festival" -- now that had to be one of the WORST film Festivals I have EVER heard of.
Randy Quaid and Jay Baruchel did their jobs as far as the acting goes, but come on??????? --- wheres the story? There is no way on this green earth that a hard ass hit man is going to go that route.
This was boring, long drawn out BS.... another total waste of time. -- What is with the film industry today? Has our economy gotten so bad that they have to stoop to low budget crap to infiltrate the market just to give us something to watch? Jeeeezzzzzzz Come ON PLEASE!!!!!!!.
How can anyone give this a 10?
3 at best.
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