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God Has a Rap Sheet (2003)

Not Rated | | Drama | 7 May 2003 (USA)
Eight men of various backgrounds get arrested for the evening, and share the holding cell with a homeless man who awakens and claims to be God.

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John Ford Noonan ...
God
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Josh Zmirov
Bonz Malone ...
Big Rolla Bills
Mark Love ...
Anthony
Shane Franklin ...
Ian
Mohamed Djellouli ...
Mohamed
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Oscar
Tommy Houlihan ...
Patrick
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Lucifer
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Stripper #1
Justine Noelle ...
Stripper #2
Brian Baeza ...
Irish Rogue
Jason Ventro ...
Irish Rogue
Jason Coonan ...
Irish Rogue
John Coonan ...
Irish Rogue
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Eight men of various backgrounds get arrested for the evening, and share the holding cell with a homeless man who awakens and claims to be God.

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Things aren't always what they seem...

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Drama

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Not Rated
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God in New York  »

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The cinematographer's Arriflex camera also shot Polyester (1981) See more »

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Space Ecstasy
Written by Kamal Ahmed
Performed by The Sacred Groove Posse
Copyright 2002 All rights Reserved
Registered @ BMI
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Gritty and realistic human drama!
6 March 2005 | by (new york) – See all my reviews

I first saw this film at a theater in New York's East Village and found myself hooked within the first 5 minutes! I just saw it again on DVD and it was even better. Great commentary by the Director and a solid visual transfer - looks awesome! But more importantly, the script is "dead-on!" Solid writing truly brings this gritty, character drama to life. All in all, the film depicts realistic scenarios laced with many humorous parts - all the while featuring "Hell's Kitchen" as the backdrop. A must see for anyone who wants to understand what a strong, entertaining, independent film is supposed to look like. Also... The DVD extras (Commentary & Interview) provide insight as to how painstakingly difficult it was to bring this awesome film to life.


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