Synopsis: A reclusive surveillance expert (Ewan McGregor) is hired to spy on a mysterious blackmailer (Ashley Judd), who just may be a serial killer.
Directed by: Stephan Elliott (The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert).
Supporting actors: Patrick Bergin, Genevi?ve Bujold, k.d. lang, Jason Priestley, Anne-Marie Brown, Kaitlin Brown, David Nerman, Steven McCarthy, Vlasta Vrana, Janine Theriault, Don Jordan, Maria Revelins,Lisa Forget, Gayle Garfinkle, Russell Yuen, Stephane Levasseur, Al Vandecruys, Sam Stone, Mauro Venditelli, Josa Maule
Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Serious Jest: (Don’t Bother) This movie is about daddy issues and stalking…and not in a good way. The acting is good enough that you stay tuned throughout, and there is one awesome scene with Judd standing naked in the rain; at first, I thought she used a body double, but I later confirmed that it was her own amazing ass on screen–this scene alone almost makes this movie worth watching. However, the script and ending are so weak that this film just leaves you with movie blueballs.