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Credited cast:
Jennifer Berry ...
Cinema Pop Executive
Les Borsay ...
Little Pee
Kevin Cabell ...
Kevin Case
H. Russell Christopher ...
Professor Joe
Cholito the Dog ...
Himself
Nilsa V. Gallardo ...
Cinema Pop Secretary (as Dr. Nilsa V. Gallardo)
Rena Hasenfeld ...
Rina Ward
Rosemary Holguin ...
Abuelita
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Luis
Brindley Mercurius ...
Security Guard
Szilvi Naray-Davey ...
Sylvie Davis
Betty Rodriguez ...
Tia Elsa
Steve Space ...
The Albino
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Oscar Orlando
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In the late 1950's, the U.S. Department of Defense used the drainage tunnels underneath Los Angeles to secretly transport nuclear weapons to their Cold War storage facilities in the hills above Pasadena. These tunnels were eventually abandoned but left unsealed. In 2003, the mutilated body of immigrant Lucy Hernandez was found dumped in one of those tunnels. An hour later, it was never seen again. Freelance journalist Oscar Orlando and his best friend, cameraman Kevin Case, document their search for the killer through the lens of Kevin's camera. Their ten-day journey leads them into a dark underworld that destroys all who dare to enter. Is this murder really what it seems? Why do people keep disappearing in the tunnels? Who will be next? This is their story. This is their footage. This is their failure. Written by Roy Rede

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7 November 2004 (USA)  »

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At the end of the movie, when Oscar, Sylvie and Kevin stop to look at the dark SUV, the sound man is visible in the back seat of the vehicle. See more »

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