A money troubled man finds some cash in an apartment which later turns out to belong to someone who stops at nothing to get his money back.
8/10 – Another one from Netflix, and another film that’s been on my list for a while. Sharp, fast, brutal and relentless, it’s very similar to Refn’s Pusher trilogy. It gets quite dark, very quickly, and it’s the classic scenario of a bad decision leading to a bad decision, and descending into irreversible mayhem. Acting is good enough, production wise it feels slicker than your standard indie affair. A pleasantly surprising indie thriller, that delivers more in 90 minutes than some do in 2 hours.