During an armed robbery by four thieves, Harry, Carlos, Florik and Jimi, a large sum of money was stolen, but the gang was all killed. On the other hand, Harry's widow, Veronica, is threatened by Jamal Manning, the victim who was stolen by Harry and his partners of $ 2 million. Manning needs the money to fund his campaign for a South Side County councilor and may try to bring it back through the gang's widows.
On issues of race, politics, gentrification, gender roles, and relationships, it seems to have plenty to say. More often than not, it says it smartly and without bashing you over the head with its ideas.
Very much in the style of Lumet and Pollack, with a dash of Michael Mann's Heat, the film swings big and mainly connects; it excels in characterizations, and only stumbles when confronted with straight-up genre elements.