During one afternoon in New Orleans: A desperate teenager assaults a store clerk to get medicine for his ailing baby brother. Two undercover agents come into conflict with the rules of torture while taking down a terrorist ring. To feed himself, a delusional homeless man steals a gun from a cop and sells it to the wrong guy. And while delivering a package, a courier rescues a man on the run and becomes the target of a ruthless gang. All are unknowingly connected to a smuggling operation, and they are to cross paths on that day.
MPAA Rating: R (for violence, language and brief drug use); Genres: Drama, Urban; Run Time: 1 hour 35 minutes
Writer/Director: Leone Marucci
Actors: Jesse Bradford, Christopher Walken, Q’orianka Kilcher, Christian Slater, Nicky Whelan, Moon Bloodgood, Anthony Anderson, Juvenile, Devin Gearhart, Tione Johnson
Let me start out by saying that I may finish watching this film when it makes it to Netflix or something. Me and Lay went, and couldn’t make it past the first hour. We were the only people in the theater. As I said to him as we left, it felt as though it were some high school film clubs project.The few reviews I found on-line seem to like it better than me, but being a Christopher Walken fan, I was very disappointed.