Tilt was intense from the start. Michael Shaw Fisher is perfect as a pill-head truck driver whose sense of right and wrong is disturbingly askew. And, writer/performer Ben Moroski is a terrific foil as a lost twenty-something looking for meaning and connection beyond his lucrative day job. The two are incendiary together and their back-and-forth is full of tension and uncertainty.
What I didn't like
The reveal of what and how these men did what they did seems a little shoe-horned in for the audience’s benefit.
My overall impression
This moody & atmospheric two-hander is fascinating. Two near-strangers wind up masterminding an outlandish blackmail scheme in the span of about 48-hours. But, in the aftermath, they have to learn to trust each other and decide what is the value of a human life.