Shannyn Sossamon (below).
Jean Marsh and Christopher Lee, the latter pictured below with his "son"), involving us some sleazy drug dealings, and letting us watch that nasty cop take out his sadistic whims on various characters he meets along the way.
unpleasant) singer/actor Lee Ryan. The plot here is pleasantly convoluted -- you'll have some fun following it -- even if it sometimes gives off an air of being hastily cobbled together. The dialog is generally serviceable, though in one scene between Jones and Rea, it does get a bit much: You'll want to ask the writer/director Marcus Warren what the hell he was going for here. Warren's direction is relatively fast-paced and sleek, and he gets good performances from his whole cast. (Why not? Most of them are uber-professionals.)
Netflix streaming, but can also be found on DVD via Amazon and perhaps other sources, too.