Personally I liked this movie but as I said in my review headline I'm an independent film freak. No this doesn't mean I like all indie films i am very picky.OOC caught me by surprise as I wasn't expecting it to be as intense but Rhys and Milo usually choose well. Basically it's about a streamlined lawyer- or something that has to do with justice system- whose basically never made a mistake in his life and leads a very basic boring routine lifestyle of work and wife. Then he meets Rick, a RicoSuavé-JekyllHyde who is a savant at working as hard as he party's. You have to see this from the perspective of someone who has never experienced "the wild side" or any other mtv's true life events a day in their existence. That is until he met Rick his next door neighbor and straggles the main protagonist into a club thats supposed to look like a seedy underworld or the dark side of daily life, where those who are drones to the system can let loose and indulge in their wildest fantasies. Then john who is a bit stand off-ish at first of Ricks ways, finally gives in and goes all out, cutting off his scripts, drinking to excess, etc. I can't say this movie was predictable because I did not see the end of the film coming AT ALL. Honestly it reminded me a lot of Thirteen(Nikki Reed, EvanRachelWood, HollyHunter. 2003) only with grown men in business suits. There were also many scenes of CNN like headlines on war and chaotic events going on in the world (or at least the US) which may or may not have been a dose of artistic symbolism that went way over my head. But to be frank the basic underlying meaning was "KNOW thy neighbor". Do you know who your neighbor is?