We decide that it's go time. We pull into the bank's parking lot and pull down our ski masks. I'm so jacked up that I go blasting into the bank before Dave can even get out of the hot box. Inside I start screaming and yelling for everyone to get down on the floor.
In men there is something that is not well understood or accepted by the more gentle aspects of modern society. Few writers have captured the full-bodied compulsive pull of it as well as Deni Béchard does in Cures for Hunger.
In the latest episode of my weekly radio show, I take a look at Citizen Gangster, director Nathan Morlando's directorial debut (he also scripted) that tells the true story of Canadian bank robber Edwin Boyd (Scott Speedman).