A troubled man survives a suicide attempt. He calls an old friend to rescue him in the middle of the night. Their journey is just beginning, and by daybreak, a tragedy will surface.Written by
E. B. Hughes
I'm not sure what the last reviewer expected, but this movie was flat out perfect on all levels. First off, the photography was beautiful, like the reviews I read, it looks like a million dollar budget. The two leads are awesome. I remember seeing Waylon Payne as Jerry Lee Lewis in WALK THE LINE, and George Katt is an actor you can't take your eyes off. Also the female leads are terrific. It's what I would call a slow burn - film noir. You don't see what's coming, and every plot device is lined up neatly - like a puzzle. Credit that to writer/ director- E.B. Hughes. This guy is one to watch for. I don't know about you, but I've scoured Netflix and Amazon late at night, and I'm drawn to indies, and I'm always let down. This movie will not let you down- not in the least. It keeps you guessing, and keeps you coming back for more. AND YES- Peter Greene is great and creepy as hell. 10+ !!
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