A happily married father eliminates two thugs who theaten him in his restaurant one night. This makes him a local hero, but the TV coverage has a downside: a gangster appears, claiming that he and the father have unfinished business from the past. The hero shrugs it off as a case of mistaken identity, but the gangster persists, which sets the scene for desperate action. Who is telling the truth?
94 minutes, No persons under 16 (Language, Sex, Violence) Crime, Drama, Thriller.
One scene of explicit foreplay and one of simulated sex that is prolonged.
Frequently intense and bloody scenes
The violence is portrayed as a means to an end. It is gratuitous and no justification can be found for it — although may be viewed as self-protection. The past haunts present life and people will always find a way to pretend as if it never existed.