Have you ever wondered, sitting in the back of a taxi and idly imagining all the other people who've been in and out that day with their problems and preoccupations, what a cabbie's day is like, and thought, "Hey, wouldn't that make a great movie?" Yeah, you
and everybody else. And the short answer is, sure it could
be a great movie, but it could also be a boring, stilted mess. It's a cold Christmas day and our cab driving anti-hero (Paul Dillon), complete with skinhead buzz and attitude, is roaming the mean streets of Chicago picking up fares.
Each new customer is a walking cliche, just like our rage-filled but secretly sensitive cabbie, and his early fares...