• Released
  • December 15, 2006
  • 1 hr 0 min
  • Documentary


An alcoholic human resources worker with a prostitute fetish is dragged down by the growing anger of his disheveled uncle and embittered cousin in director Paul Bojack's simmering and deliberate thriller. The company that Jimmy (Henry LeBlanc) is downsizing, and in between bouts of heavy boozing and kinky encounters with a local prostitute, Jimmy recently provided some invaluable help to his ailing Uncle Hodge (Al Rossi). Despite Jimmy's noble intentions, however, the seemingly-inconsequential favor that he performed for his Uncle Hodge has unexpectedly become the catalyst for a bitter feud between Hodge and his resentful son Andrew (Steve Wilcox). Now, as Andrew vows to destroy Jimmy and Jimmy finds himself in the unusual position of being able to prevent the murder of either Andrew or Hodge, the ensuing moral dilemma soon prompts the dejected human resources specialist to weight the benefits and drawbacks of his relationships with both men in order to determine who will live, and who will die. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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