Nothing works out as expected for anybody in “Sole Proprietor.” Eberle’s plot grows naturally, as one support or request prompts another, until what ought to have been a straightforward vanishing from the matrix transforms into a progression of equipped standoffs.
“Sole Proprietor” misses the mark on the activity tension side. Eberle’s models are ill humored wrongdoing pictures like the movies of Jean-Pierre Melville, which implies a ton of the dramatization is interior played out amongst men and ladies who talk in code, and scarcely raise their voices over a whisper.
In any case, there’s a keenness to this film class fans ought to appreciate. It’s slower and calmer than it should be, yet “Sole Proprietor” has a particular vision of a world populated completely by heartless, vicious individuals acclimated to working under their own particular tenets.