At the train-platform Danny accidentally exchanges his suitcase with the wrong bag. As a result they have to find out who the person is who has his suitcase and try to get it back. However at the end when they eventually retrieve this suitcase it is still not the suitcase that he should have received at the train platform in exchange for his suitcase and thus not the right suitcase to deliver to the "client" See more »
When the end credits are about to stop, we hear ambient noise from the location of the last scene. See more »
There are a few problems with this film. The dialog and plot required like 2 more rounds and thus the audience member might feel confused sometimes, but it will be confused in a good way.
Danny is the good younger brother of a criminal. He lives with is mom and brother and works at a restaurant as a chef. One night he gets a call from the brother that he is in jail for the night and Danny must do something for him. Very reluctantly Danny agrees but it will just be a briefcase switch right? Instead of meeting the guy who is supposed to give him a ride, he meets a girl, Elle. When the switch gets messed up he appeals to Elle for help. They then need to go on a road trip to get the briefcase back.
For me what makes this work is the actors. The actor in charge of Danny is just great. Presenting a good, goofy kid, who is just trying to help his bother. The look of disappointment on Danny's face when his brother tries to convince him Grace is using him, and the look of joy when it appears that isn't this case -- was touching. For Elle she excellently hits the look on her face when Danny seems to be taking advantage of her.
All in all has a happened one night feel for teenage criminals.
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