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Unconditional Love (1999)

A crusading reporter (John Kennedy Horne) for the weekly L.A. New Times spends his time writing exposes on the conditions permitted by slumlords. However, when his best friend (Sheryl Lee ... See full summary »

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John Kennedy Horne ...
Joe Kirkman
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Patrice Sommers
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Ted Markham
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Juno
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Linda Cray
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Martin Ward
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Bobby Chiclets
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Harry Peskel
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Mario
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Carolyn Thomassen
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Karl Thomassen
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Homeless man
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A crusading reporter (John Kennedy Horne) for the weekly L.A. New Times spends his time writing exposes on the conditions permitted by slumlords. However, when his best friend (Sheryl Lee Ralph) is killed by a corrupt business executive (Henry Silva), he is forced to start trying to find the evidence. This leads him into conflict with many surly longshoremen and hit men. Meanwhile, he makes a new acquaintance in a bookstore clerk (Tracey Ross), who also happens to be a computer whiz and aids him in finding the information he needs. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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Rated R for language, some sexuality and brief violence
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14 February 1999 (USA)  »

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$73,000, 14 February 1999, Limited Release

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$100,466, 21 February 1999
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