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Hired to enact revenge on a man who savagely beat a beautiful Russian débutant, Jack Verlaine is pressed between his newly acquired job and a persistent man named, Brill, who offers him a chance to advance higher in his seedy career. But when an estranged lover reappears in Verlaine's regimented existence, he soon realizes the new elements in his life may be just a plot to uncover his true identity.Written by
I may have had different expectations had I not gone to watch this thinking it was an action movie. As far as action, other than what's in the trailer, nothing else really happens. Unfortunately, the story is muddled and the lead actor doesn't give me anything to keep my attention. His performance lacks any objective. I'm all for a slower paced film, but there still needs to be a clear action/objective within every inaction, or else you lose the tension and the audience. I feel like this could've been a better film just by a better casting of Jack Verlaine. Mark Rolston did bring the energy up some. I found myself much more engaged with his scenes and some with Kodi Kitchen, as well.
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