This interminable, poorly constructed drug thriller by writer-director Frank E. Flowers sat on the shelf for two years before winning a release. When the feds start closing in on a Miami dealer (Bill Paxton), he flees to the Cayman Islands with his innocent young daughter (Agnes Bruckner) and $1 million that he hopes to launder through a cynical British banker (Stephen Dillane). Once they've arrived the daughter hooks up with a boy (Victor Rasuk) who's connected to the local drug trade, and Flowers keeps shifting to others in the same orbit while flashbacks supposedly explain what's going on. With Orlando Bloom. R, 98 min.