"Working for the rideshare app ""Hail,"" Cam (Jim Gaffigan) finds himself struggling to make ends meet and to find fulfillment in his life. In order to bolster his wallet, he turns to chauffeuring a small-time drug dealer (Robbie Jones) around his neighborhood. However, things go from bad to worse, and a desperate Cam resorts to abducting his client's child to profit from the ransom. Directed by Derrick Borte. "
Jim Gaffigan was really good in this movie. He does a great job and is very believable in this role. The movie is a bit dark, troubling, and uncomfortable as this man struggles in the downward spiral his life has become, as he continues to make one poor decision after another. very convincing performance throughout the film. The actors were amazing and scary as hell. Definitely not the comedies Jim normal plays. Filmed in the Hampton roads area of Virginia with interns from the film department at Old Dominion University.
This is not a feel-good film that wraps up the neatly in the end. It is often tough to watch. It is disturbing to see the repercussions of a desperate man's choices. Brilliant performance by Robbie Jones. Jim Gaffigan an Isabel Arraiza portray multi-dimensional characters that are grounded and effective. This film should begin a conversation about white privilege. It should make you think.