|Brian J. White||Actor|
|Sound:||[Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]|
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In a word: Superb! French filmmaker, Skav One (aka Sylvain White) makes a statement with this powerful indie gem. Please do not be discouraged by the tawdry series of films that came before this one and share a common title. Nor should this piece of cinema be restricted by the label of ¿urban¿ fare. 'Trois: The Escort' is instead: a very pleasant surprise. A solid and intelligent screenplay, combined with outstanding direction set the tone for this refreshing and well-executed thriller. The film¿s entire cast is exceptional and director, Sylvain White handles the film¿s noir elements superbly, with haunting music, taut cinematography, intelligent dialogue and a constant search for motive. There are multiple twists to this cleverly cruel story, but the real draw is the onscreen coupling of Brian White (Mr. 3000, The Shield) and newcomer Patrice Fisher whose performances are both brilliant. Fisher, in particular, is spectacular and gives one of those performances that should put her on the map as a serious actress, if anyone is paying attention. Isaiah Washington and Reagan Gomez round out the stellar cast and turn in quality performances, but both are upstaged by the magnetic chemistry between Fisher and White, who own this movie. If you are looking for a smart thriller, with substance, depth and nuance then 'Trois: The Escort' is an excellent choice for your late night enjoyment.
The ending was such a shocker. The story line was good. Go buy this movie. U won't waste ya money.