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Great flick! I like the black and white. It`s a lost art. To me this was a well made indie film. According to IMDB it was made for 3 grand. I have to say the music along with the scenes made me feel like I was watching an old classic noir. Obviously you would call this a neo noir. Strange cast of characters but I mean that in a good way! I wasnt`t sure if the cops were smart, dumb, or crooked. I guess they were all of the above. And the father daughter storyline... at the beginning I love the 2 characters but by the end I love to hate them. I highly recommend it. It is what I believe to be an indie.
Awesome film. Cool twist and pretty funny at times (in a bit of a dark humor kind of way). Looking forward to what Stephen Cook will be coming out with next because I already like the style, writing, and atmosphere of the film. I would tell you what some of the best parts were or what you could take from the film if you watch it, but I recommend just watching it for yourself. So give it a shot! No pun intended. Actually yeah, a little bit of intention with that pun. :P
It had all you could want in a movie. Really enjoyed it. Fantastic direction by Steve Cook. Look forward to his next film.
Excellent direction of an out-of-the box storyline that I found myself relating to. This director has a deliberate and keen eye that I very much appreciated--almost as much as the subject matter... A messed up single dad who is clearly the most viable parent to an intelligent young girl--- this is more of a reality than Hollywood is willing to translate! Hats off to the team on this film-- a slice of twisted reality that is probably more fact than fiction in the real world of troubled dudes.
WOW !! Took me completely by surprise.Pay attention, and a must see till the very end.
A well done movie on such a low budget! I laughed, I cried, I died (in the movie). Waiting for Steve's next masterpiece.
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