*** Glenn Whipp, LOS ANGELES TIMES
Jos needs to decide whether he wants to keep his unattached, free-spirited lifestyle or settle down and have a family. He embarks on a self discovery journey in the city of Berlin, where parties and distractions is routine. He hangs out with his friend Luci (Lucky), a party-animal turned drug dealer who wants Jos to keep his freedom and enjoy his life, but long time Luci ?s friend Gotti, argues that he needs to make a mature decision on his own and honor his girlfriend ?s love.
Through this self discovery journey, Jos meets different characters from different cultures, each one providing a piece of his puzzle and presenting different paths he may or may not follow. Jos has two choices, either go back to his girl, change his ways and start a family or abandon himself to the lures of Luci ?s lifestyle and be young-and-free forever.
Sarah works in a florists. Nigel buys flowers each day, only to destroy them in an initial display of an anger that manifests to show the true psychopathy of his character. Using his skills to augment the execution of his crimes Nigel embroils in a degree of control that extends far beyond Sarah to include her family and the police.
Nigel plans to abduct Sarah. His attention to detail involves a subterfuge that leaves little doubt in people's minds that Sarah and Andrew's relationship was on the rocks. So compelling is his manipulation of reality that even Sarah and Andrew doubt each other in a way that was previously inconceivable.
Andrew is pushed to the edge. This in turn leaves him vulnerable to exploitation. A fact not ignored in this gripping drama that contains twists to the end.