The most wry Sunday brunch you can’t even imagine unfolds without flinching. Not even once. It’s not enough to label this a dark comedy, which it is—very much so; the humor is extremely dry to the point I nearly thought it was some kind of spoof or that any moment the characters would discover they were mistaken about the grim reality of their fate. Nope. No slapstick whatsoever.
A decorated Marine, who comes home to the barrio is confronted by a regrettable decision from his past that threatens his plans for a brighter future. With each agonizing minute that passes, an act of vengeance inches closer, unless he can diffuse a showdown before the train arrives. To bother with the nuances of similar […]