• Warning: Spoilers
    What a powerful insight into a World behind bars. D'Arcy, Clark & Harper were superb in portraying the realism of life on the wrong and right side of the law. Although this film was rated as an 18 due to it's language and violence, Travis shows the brutality, but cleverly leaves the outcome to our imaginations without ramming it down our throats. Very watchable, the way the narrative switches between D'Arcy's character Sam and his home/work relationships is riveting, drawing the audience in, making us ask ourselves what we would do in a time where money doesn't come easy and more people are turning to drugs hoping to lose themselves in the darkness. A nice film to high light the dangers of crime and how easily people can get trapped and enticed, but good prevails in the end.