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Hall of Mirrors (2001)

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 ...
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Agent Riley
Tim Shane ...
Vincent
Kenyon Holmes ...
Thug
Shawn Devorse ...
Harry Delgato
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Kate Kemp ...
Woman at ATM
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Robert Bishop
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Blackjack Dealer
Jessica Osborne ...
Design Store Clerk
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Bank Representative (as Ruth Osuna)
Phil Harrington ...
Bartender
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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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The game of deception has but one rule: There are no rules. See more »


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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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"Cuban actress, Rebecca Sanabria, rocks"
25 June 2001 | by See all my reviews

The best thing about this film is Rebecca Sanabria. Her performance is captivating and real. She mesmorizes and brings the film above low budget. The perfect casting choice. I'd see her in anything. I'm absolutely sure she will be the next big thing on the independent scene. Look out for this one.


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