Every crossroad we come across in life has multiple paths. Your choice will not only decide what you do, it will also determine what kind of a person you are. Abel has his eyes on the prize. He is willing to do almost anything to get there but there is a limit to what he'll do. How far he is willing to go and how much he wants to succeed are the big questions here. Surrounded by gangsters and thugs he does his best to define his own life. When he has an opportunity to close on a deal that will set him apart he will do his best to make it happen. That is until some get in his way in the process. What will he do? Will he succeed? It's not as cut and dry as it seems. For staters, the title doesn't really fit the story. A title indicating something a little more vague with a possible double entendre of violence may have better fit the bill. If you're expecting a "Godfather"-esque film you may be disappointed. The story has merit and depth and is told well but is unfortunately quite slow. A few surprises add to it, and the answers that remain unanswered say a lot.