Both a love story and a dark, uncompromising thriller, shot entirely in London. Nick, a self-centered, narcissistic, Hedge Fund Trader, who prefers the extremely lavish life-style, his job affords. Returning from a business trip, Nick arrives home to his multi-million dollar mansion, to find it has peculiarly been taken over by squatters. It is here, Nick finds himself fortuitously linked with Erika. A damaged young woman. and seemingly the polar opposite of Nick, Erika is a woman suffering from amnesia and mysteriously has Nick's address tattooed on her arm. Attempting to unravel the mystery, both Nick and Erika find themselves enmeshed in the violent underworld of organized crime, led by the unhinged and barbarous Roy. Now acutely aware the seriousness of the situation, Nick soon comes to the rare realization that not all of his problems can be disentangled with money. If Nick has any chance of solving this bewildering mystery, and save both his and Erika's lives, he is going to ...Written by
I find it quite unbelievable that films as bad as this get made these days. If the acting were any more wooden it would have been better to have filmed it as a stop-motion animation. 'Nick Dayton' in particular has to be seen to be believed. Cell block H school of acting comes to mind. Danny Webb is generally fairly versatile but must be light on work to have got involved in this. Sporadic plot speeds and curios angles make it tempting to blame the director. We think it was probably directed by committee!
Seriously bad film with very little redeeming qualities.
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