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Cast overview, first billed only:
Thomas Brandise ...
Mikey
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Chicken
Michael Parducci ...
Ray
Tony Tucci ...
Zane
Sean Quinn ...
Mark
Carmel Altomare ...
Zane's Mother
Teresa Spinelli ...
Zane's Grandmother
Glen Sparer ...
Tow Truck Driver
Macky Aquilino ...
Jo-Jo the Junkie
Yoni Berkovits ...
Junkie
David Auerbach ...
Tony
Miranda Devin ...
Mary
Dora Irizzary ...
Mary's Mother
Ray Picirillo ...
Mary's New Boyfriend / Extra Street Punk
Maurice Carr ...
Terence
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4 KIDS. 3 BODIES. 2 FIGHTS. 1 NIGHT. NO $#!*.

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Crime | Drama

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Rated R for violence, drug content and strong language throughout | See all certifications »
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5 September 1997 (USA)  »

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$65,000 (estimated)
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Originally shot on a budget of around $5,000 and a rough, incomplete cut was shown to investors who provided the additional funding to complete the film. See more »

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References 20/20 (1978) See more »

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Crying
Written by Roy Orbison, Joe Melson
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Should be called "Please End"
7 December 1998 | by (Florida) – See all my reviews

Oh the Agony! The suffering I went through to watch this.. First off, way too much stupidity. I mean if I killed someone, I doubt I'm going waste time arguing and then spend all night driving around town with the dead body in my trunk. Jeez.. what were these people thinking. I think throughout the film we are supposed to care for these characters.. but the only thing I cared about was seeing the credits rolling.. and it seemed like forever before they finally did. I realize the filmmaker was only 19.. but jeez can't he come up with anything better than colorful four-letter adjectives. Also, some advice for his next film - invest in a tripod.


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