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Based on 6 Reviews
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  • 40
    Joe Neumaier New York Daily News

    While Montias' actors do their best, even good intentions have limits. Still, it never feels false. And remember, even Martin Scorsese (born in Queens) had to start somewhere. show more

  • 40
    The Hollywood Reporter

    There are several impressive scenes, but taken as a whole, the film is weighed down by significant creative and technical missteps. show more

  • 38
    V.A. Musetto New York Post

    Clichéd stories, clichéd characters. All that's missing is Ed Burns. show more

  • 70
    Ronnie Scheib Variety

    Though picture is downbeat and defiantly low-budget, its laid-back absurdist tone and no-nonsense pacing make for an audio-visual delight. show more

  • 60
    Village Voice

    Despite this tri-part farcical thriller's plot construction, some hackneyed dialogue and actorial mugging--the finest exception being Aya Cash's airily acerbic Slavic hooker--you can't help but eagerly anticipate the finale, when Montias brings his intersecting storylines together. Apparently, amusingly improbable coincidences can satisfy. show more

  • 50
    Stephen Holden The New York Times

    The lives of Olivia, Tomo, Milot and Joey converge in a climactic chase sequence as frantic as a Keystone Cops movie. By this time, grim realism has curdled into bleakly absurdist farce. show more

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