Instead, there's a dog who's owner is moving to London, something about a secret identity of a famous author and the dog sniffs out women. There. Whatever visuals you just had from reading that sentence were probably better directed and acted out than what was in this movie.
You may ask yourself, "Hey, I hear this movie is directed by Michael Feifer. After seeing this, I might be interested in his other works..."
He is responsible for this...
Just do what the dog says, and no one gets hurt. Or at least thrown in the river only to be found weeks later.
So here's the best moments from the film.
From here on, the director decided we wouldn't truly be in the moment without uncomfortably tight close ups on his subject matter.
(at this point he might be a serial killer.)
This shot did not help me in my concerns that someone was about to die in a really ugly way.
Eric seems the only one who's entertained by it.
Just FYI, Gabe was fine, but the movie never told us where Eric hid the bodies. Chances are the director answered those questions in what was his next film....