On the mean streets of LA, two gangsters - - Dreamer (Almeida) and Dusty (Noel G.) - - unite over the mysterious murder of their brother. Dreamer, with the bullet that killed his brother still lodged in his skull, is desperately seeking revenge when he crosses paths with Detective Gramm (Atis), a confident rookie cop partnered with corrupt veteran Cunningham (Sizemore). Amidst a rising body count and the threat of an all-out gang war, the four characters lock themselves in a brutal end-game as they discover who among them is creating the brutal chaos. Written by
Olmos, Michael D.
Everyone Dies Dirty
22 July 2006 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Gangues de L.A.
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Opening Weekend USA: $10,497,
19 August 2007, Limited Release
Gross USA: $12,918, 9 November 2008
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Aspect Ratio: 1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?
This film is produced by a variety of Los Angeles-based community artists, including a team of scholars from comic book production companies Chamber Six and Dark Horse. It is being best compared to the surprising, award-winning graphic-novelization-turned-movie A History of Violence
(2005) for its bold sincerity in this industry. See more
Referenced in (500) Days of Summer