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18 Shades of Dust (1999)

Two gangsters threaten the owner of an upscale restaurant after his son can't pay a gambling debt.

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Vincent Dianni
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Tommy Cucci
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Theresa (as Jessica Di Cicco)
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Cooz
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Benno
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Connie Broglio
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Torro
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Matty 'The Horse' Brancato
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Eddie Baggs
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Jimmy the Pope
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Angie
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Two gangsters threaten the owner of an upscale restaurant after his son can't pay a gambling debt.

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Crime | Drama

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Rated R for language and some nudity | See all certifications »
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21 December 1999 (Greece)  »

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Bad Gangster Movie Acting Heavy and Arty
10 August 2002 | by See all my reviews

This was a film school exercise on how to make a bad gangster movie. Add a lot of arty soul searching mixed up with some faux Catholicism, throw in some utter low budget sets and techniques and you have another utterly forgettable mob movie. Danny Aiello mixes it up with same Italian gangster character types you'd see on the Sopranos. Good actors wasted on this vanity effort by Danny Aiello's son or grandson or whatever! Heavy mob movies have to be good to get any respect.


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