Things start with a man sleeping in a cemetery and then we get brief close-ups of people, a swing, a baseball bat, a shopping trolley. It is actually a rather nice collage of images. After the opening credit runs we see a bum, Ed (William Ellwood), pushing his trolley. Three thugs approach him, one with a baseball bat. He tries to ignore them and, when it becomes clear that they aren’t going to leave him alone he runs.
|under the moonlight|
|Tudor Dixon as Claire|
|Angela Robitaille as Delvi|
Occasionally the dialogue can feel a little clunky, or the delivery forced, but this is in no way worse (and indeed better, in some cases) than many independent films that have somehow gotten distribution. The varied locations in use are very much better than a lot of straight to DVD flicks. All in all, worth a watch. At the time of write up there is no imdb page.