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Hall of Mirrors (2001)

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A desperate gambling addict. A ruthless team of con men. One point five million dollars. Let the game begin.

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Dylan Hewitt (as Eric Johnson)
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Mara Payton
Patrick Jordan ...
Alex
Halim Jabbour ...
Haze
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Agent Riley
Tim Shane ...
Vincent
Kenyon Holmes ...
Thug
Shawn Devorse ...
Harry Delgato
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Loan Officer
Kate Kemp ...
Woman at ATM
David Jewell ...
Robert Bishop
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Blackjack Dealer
Jessica Osborne ...
Design Store Clerk
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Bank Representative (as Ruth Osuna)
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Dylan Hewitt is a young, desperate gambling addict plummeted into financial ruin. That is until a strange, anonymous caller - who happens to know every intimate detail of Dylan's life - offers a unique solution to his problems. Lured by the promise of easy money and the beauty of an enigmatic woman, Dylan enters a lurid underworld of counterfeiters and con artists, where he becomes the unwitting pawn in a scheme far more elaborate and ruthless than he could have ever imagined. Written by Innuendo Films

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Dylan Hewitt: That's six times in a row you've beaten me just now. I've never lost more than six hands in a row, ever. You know what that means, don't you? It means your luck's gotta run out.
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Fans of the "surprise" movie, this one's for you!
18 March 2001 | by See all my reviews

This movie rocks! Low-budget, unconventional, gritty.and totally satisfying! In the realm of independent suspense thrillers, `Hall of Mirrors' is a welcome addition with its clever writing and edge-of-your-seat pacing.

You can't help but be swept up in the plight of Dylan Hewitt, a compulsive gambler who can't seem to get a break. The quintessential anti-hero, Hewitt's misjudgment gets him involved with a gang of `counterfeiters' and a devious femme fatale who seize upon his predicament and manipulate him into doing their bidding. Then, in the pit of desperation, Hewitt discovers a secret that unravels a complex con game and brings the film to its gripping climax.

Fans of the `surprise' movie, this one's for you. Nothing more can be said without spoiling the plot, but `Hall of Mirrors' will definitely take you for a ride. Hats off to the filmmakers for making an ultra low-budget thriller that really delivers, right down to the very last shot!


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