The world of “Small Crimes” ruled by E.L. Katz is filthy and broken. Characters can not be ruthlessly and morally repaired.
The atmosphere in a small Midwestern town is an airless bell jar. Joe (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau), a former dirty cop who took steps in this world, was released from prison in a six-year jail, stayed with his family and tried to rebuild his life. “Small Crime” (Katz and Macon Blair), adapted from David Zeltserman’s novel, is a kind of film that is blocked by a muddy underwater mood, and does not make itself totally wasted in making some surprising twists and turns. Faintness This does not help the script almost completely prevent the exhibition .