Ken Wilson, Jr. (Homeless Man) was a Kickstarter supporter who suggested his own part after being told all parts were taken. Ken's bit, begging money for food, is an homage to Humphrey Bogart in Treasure of the Sierra Madre (1948). See more »
An interesting neo-noir that plods along with all your familiar noir characters: the morally compromised ex-military lonelier, the desperate guy with lots of money on the run from the authorities and/or mob and, of course, the reptilian femme fatale who telegraphs her long-term plan that nobody seems to ever pick up on, along with her expected black garter belt and nylons, natch.
Will keep you satisfied for a while up until the point you realize you've seen a similar plot in a much better film. OK, it's got a more fatalistic spin and I'm a sucker for aggressive hot brunettes wearing lingerie, so worth a look.
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