This was an… extreme film to say the least. Graphic in its use of language and violence and extreme in its performances, this film was quite an experience.
The performances in this film, which basically amounted to a two person play, were way over the top while staying quite entertaining. Alan Cumming, in I believe his directorial debut, was able to pull a performance from David Boreanez, who previously seem to come from the George Clooney school of brooding acting, that I didn’t think possible. They way these two are able to run around the house expressing themselves the way they do really made this movie quite memorable for me.
Whether audiences will ever get to see this in a theater, I don’t know. But if there is ever an opportunity to see this film, seize it, you will enjoy it.