A generic plotted but enjoyable, well acted crime thriller.
Such films are always welcome, but the fact that this one was written, directed, scored and co-starring a 15yr old is impressive. Fuckin' good work young fella.
OK, he's the son of Larry Fessenden (who's always worth a watch himself) so he's, no doubt, got better insight than most into the workings of a film, but there's no denying the kid's obvious talent. If he's on the cusp of his upward curve, this young fella could be shitting out globally recognised classics before he can shave properly.