Gregor Jordan’s debut film “Two Hands” is a black comedy exploring the underground crime world in Sydney, Australia. It features a surprisingly naive young man who finds himself in trouble with the local mob. When offered an extremely easy “milk run” job Jimmy thinks he has finally found his in to becoming a made man. Misguided bravado leads Jimmy to demand the use of a vehicle for the job, which Pando the mob boss grants in the form of a beautifully maintained Ford Falcon. Unfortunately for Jimmy, the car loaned to him belongs to Pando’s foul-tempered, second in command Acko who relinquishes the car begrudgingly. When Jimmy can’t make his delivery his next ill-advised decision is to kill some time taking a swim. He buries the money in the sand where it is immediately spotted and stolen by two local street kids staking out unsuspecting beach goers. In a panic he rushes to his friend Deidre who might be able to help him replace the funds, meanwhile he parks the Falcon in an alley where it is stolen by another street kid. The unlucky thief drives the Falcon to the local chop shop hoping to score on such a nice car. The owner of the shop recognizes the car as Acko’s and immediately informs him of the situation which results in the thief’s death and a strengthening of Acko’s resolve to find Jimmy. The car that was possibly stolen in the first place ending up back in the same shop is an incredible plot-moving coincidence. This course of events makes it obvious to Acko that the allegedly stolen money and the theft of his car point to only one possible cause: Jimmy. Acko believes that Jimmy purposefully ripped off both the mob and himself personally and he pitches the idea to Pando, essentially sealing Jimmy’s fate.