In a world he calls "Desert Gothic Noir," director John Lacy has laid out a hauntingly desperate, spontaneously violent, and surprisingly tender landscape that audiences are sure to embrace. A struggling stand up comic kidnaps his party-girl ex-wife to prevent her from winning sole custody of their young son. What happens at a remote cabin in the high desert of California will settle the score - and it's no laughing matter.
Some bonds are meant to be broken.
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Let's just consider this an intervention, shall we?