Basically, five minutes of dialogue followed by one minute of suspense. A man with a briefcase hires a contract killer for an unusual assignment. The target and the payment leave us with more questions than answers. I found the religious background to be unnecessary and, even at six and a half minutes, this one could probably have been trimmed in half. If he’d started with naming the target and had a briefer dialogue, this could have been a much tighter film.
Best detail was the unique handcuff on the briefcase.
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