A mental noir thriller set in 1960's New York in light of Patricia Highsmith's novel, 'The Blunderer'. Walter Stackhouse is rich, effective and miserably wedded to the wonderful however harmed Clara. His craving to be free of her sustains his fixation on Kimmel, a man associated with severely killing his own better half. Be that as it may, when Clara is discovered dead in suspicious conditions, Walter's series of falsehoods and his own blameworthy considerations appear to be sufficient to denounce him. As his life turns out to be perilously laced with Kimmel's, a merciless cop is progressively persuaded he has found a copycat executioner in Walter and intends to nail both killers.
|violence||The film contains some scenes of violence involving characters who are punched or killed by gunshots and knife stabbings. The most impactful scene depicts a man who uses a pocket knife to stab a victim's back, who is later seen with blood pooling beneath his body. Another scene depicts a man who is shot in the back with brief spurts of blood visible. The impact of these scenes is mitigated by the lack of strong details as the attacks occur out of frame.|
|profanity||The word "f**k" is voiced, but used infrequently. The film contains some utterances of the expletive "f**k", which is used by characters as an expression of frustration or anger.|
|frightening||the plot is on the main page, not here imdb includes the actual official ratings below|