A bracing, thinking man's thriller, this neo-noir deals with a morally barren crime photographer who specializes in vehicular homicide and blackmail until he is forced to empathize with those he has abused. The film premiered on HBO and was subsequently released on home video in 1998.
Freelance photographer Johnny Skidmarks (Peter Gallagher) shoots car crashes for police detectives Larry Skovik (John Lithgow) and Woody Washawski (Geoffrey Lower). Off the job, he is also part of a blackmail ring masterminded by Walter Lippinscott (John Kapelos). Along with Walter's driver Earl
(Bill Robertson) and Lorraine (Charlie Spradling), a hooker, Johnny sets up and photogr...