Josh Pollack, a naive and ambitious reporter, is convinced that F.R.A.T., an elite unit of the Edison Police Department, is corrupt. While working on the murder case, he discovers evidence that the entire judicial system is eagerly closing his eyes to the abuse of this violence. When his life and that of his girlfriend are threatened by his research, he joins forces with his editor, once a famous reporter and well-known private investigator, to help F.R.A.T. and everyone behind it.
There is probably nobody today who would not have heard about the famous Edison. I was very impressed when I watched it for the first time. The new cinematography style invented by David J. Burke is exactly what it is supposed to be - a new path that can be followed by the creators of original entertainment films. The soundtrack is very good too. The story is really solid, the pacing is great, and all of the actors gave great performances. There are so many images, details and scenes that I seriously... Show more
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