A theft including four meth addicts results in amazing disclosures in Tony Glazer’s dim thriller.
A discreetly viable thriller with a couple of astute story traps up its sleeve, Tony Glazer’s presentation highlight conquers its low-spending plan restrictions with shrewd minor departure from its natural class and also a rigid execution and solid exhibitions from a cast that incorporates such well known appearances as David Zayas (Dexter), Anthony Rapp (Rent) and Michael O’Keefe (The Great Santini). The story of four meth addicts who endeavor to ransack a rural home just to wind up involved in a far messier circumstance than they expected, Junction ought to serve as a solid distinguishing mark for its tyro essayist/executive. The criminal quartet Donald, David, Spot and Kari are obviously jonesing for their next fix from their long-lasting merchant Tai. Lamentably for them, they’re additionally experiencing a serious deficiency of assets, so they choose to take Tai up on his offer of trading medications for another level screen TV for his mother.