Struggling with his new life in New Orleans, Clive follows Trevor, a former professor to his country home on the bayou to gain a new perspective. While Trevor helps Clive deal with his demons, Clive is sucked into a mission to kill.
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Karl E. Landler
Igor Voloshin's film invites for serious moral judgement. Throughout the film you are never certain what you would do under the circumstances.
The film shows the dilemma of a parent caught up between allowing their child to enjoy herself at a party and protecting her in case the party goes wrong. Should you blame yourself when your daughter disappears? Did you even have a choice whether to make her stay or go? Olga Simonova acts brilliantly and displays the range of emotion you might expect from her character.
The other major problem in the film is your right to justice when you are a parent driven by despair. Can you really be your own justice? Jean-Marc Barr is totally convincing as father and husband.
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