A street artist (Pete) gets pulled in by a flamboyant mob wanna-be (Tony) who offers him easy work in a local cemetery. Things get sticky when Tony's supposable girlfriend Angie (The Rose) ... See full summary »





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Credited cast:
Jody Booth ...
Rachael (The Spider)
Paul Cambria ...
Angie (The Rose)
Charles Ferrara ...
Mr. Mario
Michael Fin ...
Michael Finuoli ...
Tony (as Michael Fin)
Mark Miller ...
Blues Guitarist
Ashley Nolan ...
Jorin Ostroska ...
Earl Scioneaux ...
Nicky P.


A street artist (Pete) gets pulled in by a flamboyant mob wanna-be (Tony) who offers him easy work in a local cemetery. Things get sticky when Tony's supposable girlfriend Angie (The Rose) takes a liking to the artist and the true nature of the work is revealed. Pete falls for the new girl on the block Rachael (The Spider) who soon becomes a much needed distraction from Tony and the pressures of his mysterious boss Tomosso. Will a final showdown at the cemetery reveals who's got what it takes to get in? It's a game suited for New Orleans. Written by Peter McGennis

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2006 (USA)  »

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$350,000 (estimated)

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Jazz and Blues legends Jimmy Smith, Maria Muldaur, Kermit Ruffins, and James Rivers all contributed to the original soundtrack. See more »

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Freak At Funeral Cameo by Peter McGennis. Excerpt from a eulogy given to his grandmother buried in New Orleans. See more »

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McGennis captures New Orleans and inspires with his funky first feature!
24 November 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This little indie film both entertains and lures an audience in a way that's true to New Orleans and all her mischief. For a first time feature, McGennis shows mucho brass and creativity. "In" teems with production value (there's more French Quarter photography than any other movie I've seen) and a funky original soundtrack that'll blow your socks off featuring the late Jimmy Smith, Kermit Ruffins, and Maria Muldaur (anyone know where can I buy it?). The storyline does pull you in and most of the performances are solid (love the Assilman role). And what's cool is whatever holes there might be don't seem to matter, McGennis pulls it all off with style and soul and that's what we walk away with. Totally satisfied and wanting to experience it again (for a reason I find hard to explain but it's inspiring). With no stars and no hype, this little film will likely slip under your radar. Don't let it. "In" is a real testament to how much a passionate first-time filmmaker can lay it all on the table from writing, financing, directing, and producing. In the end, New Orleans shines through and so does McGennis. His efforts pay off big time leaving behind more than just a little gem of a movie but also, and perhaps more importantly, a map of creative inspiration for other upcoming feature filmmakers to follow. That must be what I find so inspiring here. Can't wait to see McGennis' next spirited, hand-crafted project. Hope he keeps wearing many hats!

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