David Morse, as a force to be reckoned with, definitely carries the burden of this journey. Cory Monteith catches up though and along with Josh C. Waller, they all give us a gritty, realistic, bittersweet Philly taste. Corruption, remorse, tragedy, all unravel proportionally creating this low budget, indie, psychological drama along the lines of “Training Day”. Flawed, yet effective makes it worth your while as a simple story’s premise blurs its own “right and wrong” and “good and bad” lines.
Cory Monteith’s final performance before his tragic death.