NYC film actor Al Stout's career is in the dumps when he sees an inspiring indie film that reunites him with his old friend, the enigmatic character actor Jay Willows. After a night on the the town, Al wakes up to learn that Jay is dead. Desperate for some sense of closure, Brian, the director of Jay's final film, reaches out to Al. Later that night, however, Brian's body is discovered near a bridge in Brooklyn - savagely murdered. Because he was the last person to see Brian alive, Al becomes the prime suspect. Things get weirder, however, when Jay Willows resurfaces - and Al begins to wonder if he's losing his mind.
1. Concept - I definitely like the idea of the whole framed for a crime he didn't commit even though it's been done many times before. I personally love the fact that it revolved around the movie industry and actors.
2. Story - The story was great. There were several moments that I wasn't expecting, in a good way nonetheless. However, this is a bit of a nitpick, but I personally thou...