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I saw this movie last year on cable and being an Eddie Velez fan for many years (18 yrs. and growing!) and recently, a Jack Scalia fan from his 'All My Children' run and a Robert Davi flick, I thought that the movie deserved much more publicity and a much wider audience!
It had to of been the best I've seen Mr. Velez do as far as acting goes since his scenes on the UPN defunct show, 'LiveShot' as 'Ricardo Sandavol'. He was very good on 'LiveShot' that was yanked too early before anyone had the chance to really actually catch on. And his work here was much more better!
His conflict was original and absolutely believable and I pray that one day soon that someone will discover or should I say 'rediscover' the find in Eddie Velez that his fans see.
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