Journey to the End of the Night
2006
In São Paolo, Brazil, an American father and son get involved in a botched drug deal in an attempt to escape to a better life. As brothel owner Rosso engineers the deal of a lifetime, his son schemes to double-cross him and make off with his wife.

Scott Hardie: “It was ok.”

Brendan Fraser is the wrong choice for the villain in a taut crime thriller, but indie movies have to attract financing somehow. Scott Glenn has the real key role here as a criminal trying to keep his life together, but the film isn't as good as he is.

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