This is Pierce Brosnan like you’ve never seen him before. He’s scruffy, uncouth, socially inept, awkward, but not so dislikable that we really dislike him. His character is a hit man, good at what he does and proud of it, yet burned out in his work to the point that he’s having a kind of crisis of conscience. He befriends his polar opposite, Greg Kinnear, and they form an unlikely bond. Months later, when Pierce appears on the doorstep of Greg and his devoted wife, the friendship is renewed, and tested. It’s an interesting story, complex, and dark, and definitely original.