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During a police car chase, a fleeing Thief lands several people in an Emergency Room where they join emotional forces against their unknown assailant, unaware that his identity and motives ... See full summary »

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Bum Joe
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Tiffanie
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Chad
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Mrs. Dow
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Stew
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ER Policeman
Kylie Dakota ...
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Donnie
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Paul
Leonard Termo ...
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Paramedic
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Psycho soup bum
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Salvation Army Worker
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During a police car chase, a fleeing Thief lands several people in an Emergency Room where they join emotional forces against their unknown assailant, unaware that his identity and motives will change their greedy and selfish attitudes forever! Written by Kevin Williams

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gets stronger as it goes and delivers a great surprise ending
18 October 2002 | by (Princeville, Hawaii) – See all my reviews

This is a well written commentary on people's attitudes about how they view themselves and how they project their opinions of themselves onto others, and their own creative, coping abilities given a set of unexpected circumstances...A hidden message or two become more and more clear as the movie progresses. Incredible for a first effort film written, produced and directed by one individual.


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