The titles need some doctoring, I think, but I don't remember exactly.
I liked this picture a lot. I'd take it over any number of by the numbers police neo-noirs. It has depth, and the screenplay is entirely comfortable in how it deals with deep questions. It's not using gimmicky philosophy or nihilism. It addresses death, God, man's relation to God, fate, limits of human knowledge, and alcoholism. It is clearly a neo-noir in story, approach and tone. In technique, there's a lot of narration and detection or revelation of character, with a wee bit of flashback; but this is not a thriller and it doesn't go out of its way to use color, shadow or fancy techniques. It'a dark toned when it needs to be. Good taste is evident in this film. Realistic locations add a great deal and help set the tone of reflection and groping. It's easy to identify with the quandary of the alcoholic protagonist.
Read the few User reviews on IMDb for an entirely accurate idea of the virtues of this film. It's a real winner.