A club DJ (Russell G. Jones) finds his life endangered after his two brothers botch a heist in this absorbing, tightly plotted crime story (2005). Cinematographer Beecher Cotton works micro-budget wonders shooting in Super 16, particularly in the club sequences and a shootout at a woodland hideaway. The gritty action is leavened with comic scenes showcasing Jacqui Parker as the street-smart owner of a local diner and Will Lyman and Lonnie Farmer as deadpan cops who seem to have stepped out of a Tom Stoppard play. Robert Patton-Spruill directed his own script; with Tony Todd and music by RjD2 and Twice Thou. 88 min.