New York Times - 05/11/1979
"...A dense, quirky, uncommonly interesting movie...with a high quotient of suspense..."
Entertainment Weekly - 04/13/2007
"[Plummer's character is] a cold-blooded psychopath every bit as chilling as Anthony Hopkins' Hannibal Lecter..." -- Grade: B+
An unassuming teller inadvertantly becomes entangled with a violent and disturbed bank robber. As his level of involvement increases, a perilous situation arises.
When a thief holds up the bank where he works, a teller takes advantage of the situation to put aside $50,000 for his own use. The cops think the robber got every penny... but the gunman knows better, and he's determined to get every penny "due him".