This movie had a promising premise where a man searches for ways to make things right. He owes money to people he should not owe money to, etc. It had all the makings for a great indie darling. The technical aspects of this film hinder it from me recommending it. Nathen Burch directs this movie and based on his IMDB, this is his directorial debut. It started off strong with above average camera movements and inspired cinematography. James Yaw does multiple duty as the writer and lead actor of the piece. I commend him for tackling such an important subject as suicide. Ocho steals the movie as Angel Diaz, and I can't wait to see what he does next. Jessica Martin turns in a great performance as Gwen with her strongest scene being at the end. Sound was the final nail in this coffin as well as it being the red-headed step child of indie film. A lot of lines were not heard and part of the emotion was lost. I, myself, a filmmaker who has dealt with sound issues all the time, can understand, however a lot of the problems with sound have easy fixes.
Jeffrey Hansen has had a lot of bad days in his life. He is having another one today. A minor setback that seems easy enough for anyone else to overcome breaks Jeffrey's spirit. He is sent ...
January 12, 2021