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The series revolves around the interrogator Martin Jones, who lives in a real tragedy always. Now, Martin lives a double life as a hire killer in Los Angeles where he has committed many serious murders. Now, Martin faces more tragedies in his life and his life may lead him deeper into a world of violence.
It remains to be seen if the show can make its many variables gel, but there's an inherent intrigue to watching the story in medias res and still find that it offers some measure of closure in its final moments.
Dimly-lit neon-drenched dreck, the two episodes I saw presented at Cannes look and feel like a bad David Lynch parody, with none of Lynch's oddities, humor, or appreciation of both the grotesque and the spiritual.
Take this for what you will, by the time the piece rolled around to the murder-porn plotline and a nameless girl buried alive in the New Mexico sands by two pornographer brothers, I was... ready to bolt.