Negative is set in the American southwest and follows Natalie, a former British spy who flees Los Angeles for Phoenix after a deal with a cartel goes wrong. She’s joined by Hollis, a street photographer who has put his life at risk by taking Natalie’s photo at the wrong time and in the wrong place.
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