Pressured by his one armed uncle into faking his own death to collect on a small life insurance policy, Geary runs afoul of a local crime lord.

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Cast

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Geary (as Andy Allen)
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Earl
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Moshe
David Reynolds ...
Tusk
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Molly (as Gia Natale)
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Summer
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Sheena (as Karen McClain)
Elwood Carlisle ...
Kent
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Vukan
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Bogden
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Ratt
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Tina (as Alisa)
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Von
Jessica Leaser ...
Abused Woman
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Abusive Man
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Thank you Geary, an aspiring hood/late shift donut fryer, is guilt-trapped by his crotchety one-armed Uncle Earl into faking his own death. His reluctant assent sets into motion a half-assed scheme to fleece the Gerber Baby life insurance company and provide Earl the funds to escort his supafly girlfriend Sheena to Kalapana-Puna to see the bottlenose dolphins. When the corpse they use to fake Geary's death turns out to be a late, but beloved, lieutenant of the local Jewish crime lord, all doody breaks loose! Written by Jared Tweedie

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Family's family you know

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Short | Comedy | Crime

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16 June 2004 (USA)  »

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$10,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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The title is based on the British saying, "Bob's your uncle". See more »

Quotes

Geary: They can maybe cure of the gambling, but not the dreaming and the scheming. And Earl, he's a born schemer. Probably lifted the doctors's watch coming out of the fucking birth canal.
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Stylistic Film Noir Meets Up With Dark Comedy
31 August 2004 | by (Hollywood, CA.) – See all my reviews

A stylistic Film Noir Dark Comedy that makes you laugh from the beginning till the end. It pays homage to the classics, such as DOUBLE INDEMNITY and SUNSET BOULEVARD, but adds its own unique comedic touch.

The characters are unique and out there, way out there. But you love going along on the ride with them. If there is anyway to see this movie, do so. It is worth watching, the use of the black and white film is beautiful.

The two lead characters set out on a scam to dupe the Gerber Baby Life Insurance policy. Along the way they run into several funny and interesting characters, that either help them or try and hinder their plan.


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