Understandably the quality of this film, if indeed made for a low low budget is somewhat questionable, but the story is fast paced, fun and balanced by a great music score which takes you through the film and keeps things moving. The amazing thing is the number of cameo appearances by veteran actors, all of whom do a fantastic job at supporting newcomer Mick Rossi...(I actually lost count of how many stars were in this film). The highlight is Andy Nyman who steals the show in this one with his funny but loathing portrayal of Danny (and went on to do bigger movies right after incidentally). Vinnie Jones is superb and in contrast to the misguided comment above, appears in the film multiple times. Gabriel Bryne does an excellent job at popping up when you least expect it, and not to forget the auspicious Roy Dotrice who plays the crime lord to perfection. If you are looking for a glitzy hollywood factory movie, then this isn't for you, but if you like underground filmmaking which takes risks, delivers laughs and thrills and doesn't subscribe to the mainstream, then this is for you....and by the way, the story may seem confusing at first but if you think about it, it all makes sense....duh! Well done to the producers and the director for showing Hollywood that you don't need millions to pay named actors to be in films. Lastly, the footage of Val Kilmer alone is hilarious and worth watching the whole film....if indeed this was all improvised as stated it is pure genius and well done to capturing it on film. "Don't let them taco you Ray!" Anyways, at my video store the film has been on the new releases shelf for nine months now and is still there! So as for burying this little gem....I don't think so!