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(1996)

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The characters of Nicky G. and Tony G. are actually the real names of the producers of the film, Nicholas Guccione and Anthony Guccione.
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The scenes where the character of Bruce is holding Amber Smith hostage were shot in a warehouse in Chelsea Piers on the West Side of New York City.
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The film is dedicated to Clayton Brooks who passed away after the film was completed.
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The scene where Peter Greene walks around downtown was actually shot at the Canyon of Heroes, as the New York Yankees celebrated their World Championship defeating the Atlanta Braves in October of 1996.
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'Bruce Payne', the executive producer of the film was originally going to play the villain, Bruce, but had a scheduling conflict.
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Bruce Payne who was originally going to star in the film and is the film's executive producer, overdubs the voice of Bruce played in the film by Don Leslie. He is credited with a voice over credit during the film's End Credits.
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The scene where Nicky G is being held hostage by the three gangsters, the film watching on the film is Caligula, which was produced by Anthony Guccione, whose father Bob is the founder of Penthouse Magazine.
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Filmed entirely on location in New York City.
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Peter Greene and Erik Schrody previously co-starred in the film, Judgment Night as part of Denis Leary's crew of drug dealers and killers in urban Chicago. In this film, they play NYPD detectives in this film.
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Peter Greene is seen wearing his leather jacket almost through the entire film except for two scenes, the motel scene and the aftermath of Amber Smith's rescue.
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The contents of the little vials that Peter Greene is seen snorting from throughout the film could either be heroin or cocaine. This is never specified in a specific context in the film.
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The film opens with the aftermath of the Paco drug deal including the Mohawk Man and in the middle of the film, we see how we got to this point and how Paco ended up being killed along with the rest of his crew.
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The two main mob bosses in the film, Tony G and Bruce are never seen in any scenes together. They only mention each other in the scenes that Peter Greene and Erik Schrody are in.
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This was 'Amber Smith''s film debut.
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Miklos Wright:  The film's co-editor plays the fast talking drug dealer, Klos seen early in the film with another drug dealer named Do-Rag played by Cinque Lee, Director Spike Lee's brother.
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