Made immediately after CROUPIER (1998), the film that put star Clive Owen on the international map, this made-for-BBC drama puts his intensity at the service of a domestic drama about the consequences of road rage.
Lawyer Michael Anderson (Owen) is in an ugly, frustrating rut. He returned to corporate law after a venture with his old friend Ronnie (Tony Curran) failed to pan out, and he hates the office politics and ambitious youngsters nipping at his heels. His wife, Angie (Helen McCrory), put her own career on hold to have children; her restlessness ensures that life at home is no oasis. And Michael's daily commute is a nightmare of congestion and aggressive...