Fellow reviewers here have clearly lost their minds on this one or simply saw it while stoned. The sub-amateur script gives up even trying to work halfway through and it just becomes an embarrassing, laughable muddle. Half-cocked attempts at edginess and endless seductive staring cannot salvage the cadaver of this silly turkey.
Martin Donovan's Apartment Zero is a Hitchcock-worthy political thriller nicely shot on location in Buenos Aires in the 1980s, a period when Argentina's economy lagged and people mysteriously disappeared. Colin Firth's character Adrian, a cinema owner in need of a roommate to save money, turns to Hart Bochner's Jack Carney whose seductive good looks belies his secret past and present. Excellent cast in taut drama.