A hit man redeems himself after an encounter with his boss.


(as Malik Booth)




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Credited cast:
Ismet Prcic ...
Sidney / Conscience
Scott Labuda ...
Newsstand Victim
Aaron Keit ...
Bowling Ball Victim
Sidney's Mother
Glen Diller ...
Serbian Soldier (as Glenn Diller)
Curnal Achilles Aulisio ...
Serbian Soldier (as Curnal Aulisio)
Britton Douglas ...
Flashback Victim
Calvin Callaway ...
Flashback Victim
Jen Perry ...
Flashback Victim
Sage Campbell ...
Flashback Victim
Flashback Victim (as Malik Booth)
Sarah Victor ...
Store Owner
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sam Brown ...
Body Bag Victim


A hit man redeems himself after an encounter with his boss.

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20 July 2002 (USA)  »

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sometimes you find redemption in the strangest places...
25 October 2005 | by (Los Angeles, USA) – See all my reviews

This is a fantastic first film from newcomer Malik Booth. Just the right blend of darkness and tongue in cheek humor to entertain fabulously. I thought that the overall ark of the hit-man was better then in most feature films dealing with similar subject matter (re: grosse point blank, Ronin) the performances were decent but took a backseat to bold visual storytelling throughout. Booth has a signature style and leaves his mark on every frame.

Clarissa and the hit-man's dialogue always raises questions as to what is really happening, we sense that more is beneath the surface than what were seeing and hearing and that pays off wonderfully in the end. Can't wait to see what he does with his first feature.

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