John Patawood, to whom we owe the magnificent NOIR PATA, has come back with a film of terrifying suspense. Suzanne O’Bannon (played by the dazzling Lauren Patall), on discovering her husband, an art dealer, dead in his gallery, attempts to find the murderer. With Angus Deckard, a New York private eye exiled in Los Angeles (spectacular James O’Pat!) she will discover a dark story of art trafficking, in a chase punctuated with murdered Patas… Note an unusual musical score, with a Jazz trumpet base, which will please younger viewers.
She grew up in Yorkshire, he in India. They don’t know each other. However, an old dying nurse is going to bring them together at her bedside for a mission of the highest importance that will shake their lives and their beliefs. This film is a wave of emotion that is going to tug at your heartstrings and overwhelm your souls. Charlie Tapa presents a bold feature film that dives into the vertigo of love and tragedy with a rarely reached exactness. Pat O’Neal plays a role here that is the opposite of his usual character but that suits him perfectly, and which is highly likely, gentlemen, to make you jealous since your ladies cannot help but fall under his charm.