A pulp-fiction type dark comedy about 3 hitmen who are given a list of places to go. They arrive at the locations on the list and there they must figure out what they need to do.

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Sarah Graham Hayes ...
Amity
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Duck
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Stephanie Silk ...
Denise / Waitress
Michael McCormick ...
Walter
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Teenage Michael
Jeff Shore ...
Moe
Dean Sansone ...
Larry Gold
Del Pentecost ...
Southern Cop
Tania Deighton ...
Jamie
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Benny
Keith Randolph Smith ...
Lenny (as Keith Smith)
Victor Mastroianni ...
Jeff the Clerk
Torri Singer ...
8-Year-Old Amity
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Three hit people - two men, one woman, who have never met before are placed on a road trip down the East Coast together. The only thing they have in common is that they have all worked for the same boss - and, as they swap stories, discover that they have all screwed up for this same boss in the past. As they near Florida, the trio starts to wonder what is waiting for them when they reach their destination. Written by Robert Dean Klein <rdkfilm@aol.com>

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One for a soccer mom....who thought The Piano was the BOMB!
20 April 2002 | by (Pasadena) – See all my reviews

First of all of you if film going soccer moms would face real life then do it and quit whining about it or if you want keep looking for warm fuzzies, the English Patient or the Piano should blow your skirt up, otherwise you just might find sex more than due benevolence. The story sucked, ice cube...predictable, Flanagan, a real man raised in the streets of Glasgow, and that is where he get is his intensity.. He learned the hard way, survival in the streets of of a crime infested city. Ever had a knife held to your throat? He has, many times, and those real life experiences are what created his intensity. It shows in his delivery and chills the audience. It's natural talent from surviving in the gjetto not from some light in the loafer's drama teacher. So sit their in your recliner and imagine what it's like to hid behind a dumpster in an ally for 9 hours while your are being hunted sown….,you couldn't if you tried. Yea the movie wasn't too great but once again Flanagan's street savvy shines through. So they used the dreaded "N" word....who cares, Ms. Ostrich, its real life and so are his scars. And so is this guy....no drama classes...BTW....he is Scottish. Just watch him....


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