Surprised that this movie isn’t more popular. I saw Tim Roth and forgive me, but I like Tim Roth; to confess clearly, I stayed through the film for Tim Roth as well.
I thought it was a fair gangster story; with it being on more melancholic and slower notes than for example, your usual Scorsese work. The cinematography is indeed “KINO.”
Ultimately, not really my style—but if you are someone who: 1) likes Tim Roth 2) likes slower and grittier crime films and 3) likes Tim Roth, then this would be your cup of tea.