While not quite as a delightful a surprise as CRANE WORLD (2000), Pablo Trapero's second feature is an interesting companion piece to his debut. Here, a young crook stumbles into what at first seems like a most unlikely profession: police officer. Locksmith Enrique Orlando Mendoza (Jorge Roman), a.k.a. Zapa, moonlights as a safecracker for his boss, Polaco (Hugo Anganuzzi), in their tiny village on the outskirts of Buenos Aires County. When Polaco suddenly disappears after what seemed like a routine job and Zapa is arrested by the local cops, Zapa's uncle, Ismael (Roberto Posse), a former officer with the capital city's notoriously corrupt police department, bails hi...