A family is torn apart when their "good" boy Charlie decides to turn bad. He is arrested and given a bail of $500,000. Only one relative, martial arts instructor and psychologist, Uncle ... See full summary »

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Dr. Burnvein
Ahmed Salaam Azziz ...
Bodyguard
Henderson Belgrave ...
Mary cop boyfriend
Darnell Bell ...
Crackhead
Ellen Bodkins ...
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Tracy Bonadie ...
Melanie
Dirk Braxton ...
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Uncle Kenneth
Kenyae Cagle ...
Kenneth Leon
Crystal Cotton ...
Marvina sister
George Crawford ...
Black Crusader
Ernest Dancy ...
Charlie
Mildred Davis ...
Mother
Shaan Davis ...
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A family is torn apart when their "good" boy Charlie decides to turn bad. He is arrested and given a bail of $500,000. Only one relative, martial arts instructor and psychologist, Uncle Kenneth has that kind of wealth; but will he put everything he has on the line for his nephew? Would you? After much pressure he does. A short while later, Charlie decides to skip town. His uncle loses everything but will not rest unless he captures Charlie and brings him back to justice himself. Written by Kenya Cagle

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5 March 2005 (USA)  »

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19 March 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is my first time seeing a Independent movie and I must say it was EXCELLENT. The actors are unbelievable. Everyone can relate to this movie. It shows us the consequences for the decisions we make in life. The part that touch me was when Uncle Kenneth had to choose between helping his nephew or honoring his wife wishes. We all have to makes those choices in our lives.I can understand how a mother can love their child so much that they can not see when that child is doing wrong. My Aunt is going through that right now with her son. I strongly recommend this movie especially to young black men. Kenya Cagle, My hat is off to you for doing a magnificent job. I look forward to seeing more of your movies. Can't wait to see Undercover Brother.


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