Mysterious and likeable Londoner Ray has recently been released from a psychiatric hospital into the care of his over-protective brother. Things start well with Ray working for his brother and living his new life to the hit. But when Ray falls head over heels in love with Laura, an unpredictable Glaswegian, and stops taking his medication, things start to spiral out of control.
Based on a play this film demands good actors as there are only a few characters in the story. Once more Daniel Craig gives a excellent performance as a mental unstable man who has problems handling the vibrant life of London - much different from the glamourous and heroic style of James Bond.
Daniel Craig is very good in this film and David Morrissey backs him up excellently as his brother trying to keep his wayward younger brother under a semblance of control. But it's hard going as this brother tries his best to go off the railway lines in everything he does. The script is very good and the action is chaotic at times. For a film made nearly 20 years ago it's still a good one to watch.