Considering that One Girl, Two Guns was made with such a tiny budget, it wasn't a bad way to pass the time. Two young women, Rachel and Jane, are money runners for a powerful drug lord. But when Jane's friend dies, she finds herself outnumbered by adversaries.
Be warned, this film is violent and the language on the extreme side. According to the Alternative Cinema web page, the original lead actress and a few members of the crew quit due to objections to the script. Amusing rumor regardless of whether it's true or not.
Kirsten Moss who replaced the lead actress is decent enough in her role as Jane. The only criticism I have is that she seemed just a little self-conscious in front of the camera. Renee Roland fared better as Rachel. It's unfortunate she didn't have more screen time.
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