Blondie's Debbie Harry--as a mom whose obsession with her teenage son turns uglier by the minute--is just one of the characters in this film that audiences will want nothing to do with. There's not a likable character in the bunch, though some of the performances--most notably Reedus as the wannabe hit man and Löwensohn, as an innocent European maid with a killer smile, are worth noting.
Though it's hard to foul up most mob films, these Jewish gangsters from Youngstown, Ohio, seem to kill just for killing's sake and there's no apparent reason behind the bloodletting, which makes it all kind of pointless.
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