This movie was entertaining with it's quirky supporting cast, beautiful Welsh countryside and well defined lead characters. This movie managed to keep our attention by progressing along at a good pace while showing enough to keep us interested in the supporting characters. At just under 90 minutes, the film did not wear out its welcome like longer movies can.
We have Milo, our hit-man protagonist searching for love and a raison d'être while attempting to carry out one last job. Soon he makes up his mind (or his mind is made up for him) and he goes to ground in a small Welsh town. Thanks to his connections, he is able to get a cover via an old bakery and when he is mistaken for the baker, he decides to take his cover to heart. The large cast is mostly male so the one female lead easily stands up to the males in town. Rhiannon is her name with her chief occupation being the town veterinarian. She slowly catch's Milo's eye and is a major reason for him staying in town.
The wife and I were enthralled by the slow build up to the final act and then laughed out loud at a ridiculous but steamy love scene. It was the kind of scene that would make me very uncomfortable to see with, say, my parents but is ok to see with a date or your loved one. This movie won't make any Top Ten lists but it is entertaining enough to appeal to a broad audience.