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The Syndicate (2002)

| Short, Comedy
Three car wash employees quit their jobs to embark on careers as international crime figures.

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The Kid
Michael Cambridge ...
Snapper (as Brian Burke)
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Jimmy 'The Gent' Gianelli
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Not Birnbaum
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Nicky 'The Nose' Nicoletta
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Mr. Gianelli
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'Scarface' Joey
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Three car wash employees quit their jobs to embark on careers as international crime figures.

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All the actors in the cast are members of the same theater company, Bobby Moresco's The Actor's Gym, and had worked together on stage. See more »

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Ditto to previous review
12 February 2011 | by See all my reviews

I've watched a fair share of short films and honestly don't enjoy or understand many of them. I recently happened upon "The Syndicate" and I only decided to watch this film because the cousin of a friend of mine is in it, Brian Burke. I must say I was pleasantly surprised and entertained by this film. Funny, entertaining and easy enough for me to comprehend, the boys in "The Syndicate" deliver the goods. Fortunately for the filmmakers the cast portraying this crew is not as inept as they appear on screen. "Jimmy The Gent" was my favorite and I gotta agree with him. Joey does look like an eight year old when he shaves his beard. (Just don't mess with him though)

The previous reviewer pretty much sums up anything else I could say. Job well done.


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