Four salesmen struggle to keep a failing carpet store open, while one of them plots a murder.

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Stu Conklin
Dylan Shelton ...
Jonathan Minges
Glen Lawrence ...
Charlie Hammerschmidt
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Marty Flemming
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Drenda (as Cynthia L. Allen)
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Cop #1
Steve Caminiti ...
Cop #2
Lucas Clark ...
Brat
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Secretary
Jennifer Dalton ...
Young Mother
Mike Dennis ...
Robber
Antoinette DiNizio ...
Pat Mom
Pat DiNizio ...
Pat Son
Steve Francia ...
Mark Collins
Dana Lynne Gilhooley ...
Beth
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Jonathan Minges has just been hired to manage Krandel Karpets, a run-down carpet store with a three-man sales staff who are in need of some serious management. Stu Conklin, a fifty-three year old accident waiting to happen. Charlie Hammerschmidt , a forty-nine year old redneck who's sworn off women. Marty Flemming, a twenty-six year old porn king wannabe who gives new meaning to the term wet behind the ears. Together these four men struggle to keep the failing carpet store open. For all of them it's a second chance. For one them it's murder. Written by Mark R. Turner

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Carpet, candy, porn & murder. Everyone needs a goal in life.

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Comedy | Crime

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R
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8 September 2006 (USA)  »

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I Don't Believe in Loving You
Written and Performed by James Kole
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Fun look at the darker side of sales.
21 May 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I recently had the opportunity to view this movie at the Dances With Films festival and I must say it was refreshing. The characters in this movie are worth the ticket prise alone. The situations provided by the script allowed the actors to shine. All the actors seemed to be well suited for their roles and the camera shots were dead on target to bring the carpet business to life. Daniel Von Bargen had an outstanding role and really brought the film up a notch with his performance. I also thought Brian Cade really nailed the character Marty. The movie had the perfect music and just the right touch of drama / comedy. This film could easily be used to pitch a full blown studio motion picture called DEAD HORSE.


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