Two thugs, a substitute teacher, and a young student get tangled up in violent crimes that unexpectedly bind them together in an unforgiving day.
"The film shows an appreciation of John Cassavetes and his in-your-face techniques." - The National Herald
“Evangelos and George Giovanis, a writer/director/song writer/actor team appear poised to give the Coen Brothers (“Millers Crossing,” “No Country For Old Men”) a run for their money.” - The National Herald
definitely not a chick flick, my boyfriend is mad his friends couldn't see it. last night passed. I'm more scared than when I see a horror film. NOT middle of the road by any means. Congrats on your uncensored ways:)