That SUNSET GRILL remains absorbing despite its plot-heavy screenplay is a testament to its astute film-noir direction, juicy star performances, and a memorably creepy rogues' gallery of supporting players. Inveterate moviegoers searching for that unexpected suspense film that reinvents
pulp material through an idiosyncratic outlook on life will need to look no further than this tangy walk on the wild side.
South of the border, Christian (Peter Koch), an albino assassin, kills Guillermo Via (Benito Martinez), a trafficker in illegal aliens for US corporations. Before his death, Guillermo mails data about his crooked dealings to Ryder Hart (Peter Weller), a bur...