Tonight a contract killer is walking the streets of your neighborhood. Odds are if he's there, you've done something to bring him to your doorstep. Billy is a hit man desperately trying to mend the broken pieces of his traumatic past while his job as a paid killer continues to tear apart his fragile mind. The memories of a "Man With the Painted Face" that killed the woman he loved and left him for dead are beginning to seem too familiar for comfort. Billy's contractor, Charlie, sees the young man as too high of a risk for such a delicate business and decides that it's Billy's time to retire. Through an odd cast of characters and the confusion of a shattered reality, Billy struggles to make it out alive with his memories and a mysterious silver case. "In my line of business there is no silver lining... You're never the cowboy that rides off into the sunset." Written by
Bevan B. Bell
In my line of business, there is no silver lining...
Did You Know?
It took Bell nine years to find a group of people willing and dedicated enough to get the movie made. See more
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