Blowtorch is the Brooklyn story of Ann Willis, a recently widowed and financially struggling, mother of three. When her oldest son is murdered, she inexorably takes the investigation into her own hands.
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Blowtorch is the story of Ann Willis, a recently widowed and financially struggling, mother of three. When her oldest son, Dave, is murdered, Ann cannot live with the fact that she does not know who killed him. The seasoned NYPD detective assigned to her son's murder case does not give her the attention she wants and the answers come too slowly, she gradually decides to take the investigation into her own hands.
When two-packs-a-day dad dies, oldest son Dave (Jared Abrahamson) quits school to get a job at the Brooklyn metal factory warehouse with his buddy Mike (Jack Falahee). In order to make more money Dave agrees to deal salt for the boss Canarsie (Armand Assante). When Dave is suspected of being a snitch, the film changes gears as mom (Lois Robbins) investigates because William Baldwin has gone hunting.
The acting was okay in a script that was rather straight forward and pointless. The movie spends nearly all of its time on Dave, only to get him bumped off (revealed in IMDb brief film description). Lois Robbins wasn't right for the role. The whole thing was uneven.
Guide: F-word. stripper nudity. No sex.
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