Red Lightning is the story of a young Ivy League stockbroker who knew early on his fortunes would lie in the world of money. However, things didn't quite work out the way Marty McClossie imagined.

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Jesse Angelo ...
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Sharona Miglis
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Mary Maguso
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Laura Gelbertson
Jennifer Cormier ...
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Nicole Cyrille ...
Lana Domy
Reshama Damle ...
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Amber Delpiano ...
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Josh Eisenstadt ...
Rick Micalani
Emily Flores ...
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Roy Chagels
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Red Lightning is the story of a young Ivy League stockbroker who knew early on his fortunes would lie in the world of money. However, things didn't quite work out the way Marty McClossie imagined. His life is one dull frustration rather than the glamour of high finance he had dreamed of as a child. Stuck in a subservient position to his lesser-educated half-brother and beholden to his nagging girlfriend, Marty becomes convinced there's a plot brewing among his co-workers and that he is their target. Over a six-week period, his small Los Angeles financial firm is plagued by a series of murders and disappearances. Dr. Furisimo, a hypno-therapist puts Marty under in order to extract information on the murders. All Marty relates is his skewed version of reality. Is Marty paranoid? Are his co-workers the evil predators they seem to be? Or is Marty merely observing aspects of their fragmented personalities? Or, as Dr. Furisimo concludes, has another colleague twisted Marty's mind into ... Written by Anonymous

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When not in good working order, the mind can become susceptible to outside corruption

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15 March 2005 (USA)  »

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Mysterious murders are committed at a financial firm and a young stock broker suspects that he co-workers are plotting against him. Will he be next?
16 May 2006 | by (Los Angeles, California) – See all my reviews

I was pleasantly surprised by this Red Lightning. It had me second guessing and suspecting everyone as the culprit and then, just when I thought that I had it all figured out, I found that I was dead wrong and the story took a turn that left me speechless. The film also contained a lot of dimensional characters which made things quite interesting as I tried to follow the story. One of the actors in particular (Jesse Pate) plays multiple characters in the film, which I found to be pretty impressive with such contrasting characters. This is the second film that I have seen that was directed by Josh Eisenstadt. I think that he has a very unique style and I am looking forward to seeing what he comes up with on his next film.


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