Too simple to call it a Noir
An ordinary man suddenly becomes the master of his own existence. But his normality, like every other, is an illusion: a mechanism that turns him into an individual capable of anything, as soon as it jams. He leaves his routine life, cuts his ties with everyday life and enters a par-allel world of which he was unaware, a world made up of delinquency, abuse and gimmicks.
This is a masterfully written Noir, a fresco which, as we delve into the story, becomes clear and resplendent. The prototype of how the psychological profile of each narrated character should be: flawless.
Translation by Silvia Accorrà (edited by Ester Tossi)