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29 Palms
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A corrupt reservation judge -- a fat, white man -- who is presiding over the expansion of a poor tribal desert casino feels threatened when his niave clerk begins asking questions about the court's handling of the native americans' property rights. Snitching his clerk out to the Tribal Chief for being an FBI informant, the judge ignites the fuse of a professional hit leading to greed and betrayal that daisy chains through the remote desert community, starting with the murder of an innocent young women in the wrong place and culminating in an ironic justice for all. On the way, you may recognize many familiar actors in roles very uncharacteristic of their usual fare. "Sometimes, you ask for what you get in life. Other times, it gets handed to you. All you can hope for is that you do the right thing."
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