First time Writer/Director, Perry Bhandal does a terrific job telling Viktor’s story in a way that engages the audience and it has you constantly wanting more. He also gets the most out of his cast, Luke Goss is as expected as Viktor, He gives a powerful and believable performance. The rest of the cast is made up of unknowns but everyone does a terrific job playing their roles.
Viktor, a man for hire has decided to finally tell his story to a filmmaker. Viktor wants to just come clean and tell his story once and for all and the aging filmmaker is looking for a story that will give him one last shot at stardom. Viktor tells his story in full detail, from when he was first discovered as a young boy all the way to present day. As you watch the film you get the impression that Viktor is leaving no stone unturned but there are a few surprises along the way as well. To talk plot too much would only ruin some of the surprise that await you along the way so I am not going to go any deeper here.
You get a little bit of everything here, action, suspense and plenty of drama making this a unique and enjoyable film.
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