Saint Jack

I saw this as part of a USP film show at NUS, lots of fun, i'll be seeing PleasureFactory next week.

As yet another Post-Imperial US film ( no ewoks this time ), Saint Jack uses the James Bond formula ( girls and friends will change, but the game remains the same ) to explore how the loss of power affects us, especially our self-identity. The film's greatest scene occurs when Jack first exhibits intelligence and restraint ( the kid hitting the whore in the hotel ). The rest is setup, denouement, and details.

Why must you Brits always say "I'm sorry"?
It's all we have left.
Jack and William