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Currently enjoying an extended run on the festival circuit -- next up at the Sacramento Film Festival this weekend before heading to Rainier and the Harlem International Film Fest for its New York premiere -- The Dunning Man is an action-filled drama about a man who becomes a bit desperate. Our exclusive clip features what looks to be an inciting incident, one in which our hero learns about his new tenants. Beware the f-bombs! Here's an excerpt from the official writeup: Connor Ryan (James Carpinello, Gotham), out of a job and dumped by his girlfriend, returns to Atlantic City to try to rebuild his life with the last source of income that he has – a few apartments in a low-rise condo complex that sits in...
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Think your last apartment hunt was hard? Check out Michael Clayton’s new film “The Dunning Man,” featuring a protagonist who faces the kind of real estate troubles that will make your home-hunting problems seem like a walk in the park.
After losing his job and being dumped by his girlfriend, Connor Ryan (James Carpinello) returns to Atlantic City to try to rebuild his life by becoming a landlord for a few apartments in a low-rise condo complex that sits in the shadows of an exorbitantly expensive casino. The problem is, Connor’s tenants don’t want to pay him.
Willing to get his money by any means necessary, Connor is forced to take on a pair of Chechen animal trainers with underworld ties, a hard-partying rapper who keeps the neighbors up all night, and a charming single mother.
- Allison Picurro
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