Steve Walsh is living the high life but it's a life built on the ruin of other people's dreams. Peter Farrell is a man with nothing left to lose and there is nothing more dangerous than a man seeking retribution.

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Giorgio Serafini

Writer:

Garry Charles
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Sean Patrick Flanery ... Steve Walsh
Eric Balfour ... Peter Farrell
Cherilyn Wilson ... Rose
Luke Massy ... Lou
Nick Stevenson ... Douglas
Kenneth Wayne Bradley ... Senator Hughes
Anna Schatte ... Joan Farrell
Romen L. McPherson Romen L. McPherson ... Lucas (as Lawrence McPherson)
Mary Skaggs Mary Skaggs ... Sonia
Julie Richardson Julie Richardson ... Estelle
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Steve Walsh is living the high life but it's a life built on the ruin of other people's dreams. Peter Farrell is a man with nothing left to lose and there is nothing more dangerous than a man seeking retribution.

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Thriller

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Absurdity Taken To Extremes
14 November 2020 | by mcjensen-05924See all my reviews

Probably the least enjoyable film of this genre I've ever had to endure. The lead character is such an annoying creep, and the way he acts and talks while being beaten/tortured defies reason. Truly one of the worst written and ineptly directed load of manure ever put on screen. Dialogue? Laughable. Acting? Awful. It was so ridiculous I thought that if I started viewing it as a parody of more competently made films I might extract some enjoyment out of it. But no, it failed pathetically. Goes nowhere. Accomplished nothing. There's far better films out there along these lines that won't make you want to smash your own television set. I don't understand why a smug and completely useless person as a main character is put in the position to act as the victim to avenge wrongs done to HIM. It's inconceivable. Never has a film made so little sense and gone out of it's way to make you detest every character involved. It's F this and F you and he calls everyone Buddy for some reason. And the overuse of the word Baby is beyond stupid. If a writer can't come up with any more original word than that just give it up and try another career. I love sick torture movies when done with brains and ingenuity, not with a hokey made for TV vibe that makes you cringe with every scene. And if you're hoping for some sort of satisfaction with a good ending with a twist you will be sadly disappointed. I can't say enough bad things about this lousy mess. There's more tension in an episode of The Simpsons.


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23 February 2018 (USA) See more »

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