Rated NR

Drama, Thriller
William H. Macy really, totally stars is this intensely disturbing film about an upper-class businessman having a very bad night. After he leaves his wife (Rebecca Pidgeon), he encounters a series of prostitutes and con artists, somehow releasing his violent, racist tendencies. It’s all horrifying, and after watching it, I felt like writer David Mamet had bad-touched me. It’s also amazing, and Macy, as usual, gives a stunning performance. The supporting cast, none of whom have more than two scenes, is weirdly diverse and incredibly effective. This will probably be the only film ever made that stars Joe Mantegna, Denise Richards, Debi Mazar, Mena Suvari, Julia Stiles and George Wendt. Yes. George Wendt. If you can handle nasty white guys using the N-word, a series of knife murders and a man named Edmond Burke failing to vindicate a natural society, you might find this a rewarding, if still unpleasant, experience.


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