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17000 Block (2005)

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17000 Block is a gritty tale about a young man trapped in the middle of a street family rivalry. A series of bad decisions causes him to seek solace in the streets. However, surviving the streets takes more than he bargained on.

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Buck (as Al Nuke)
Theo Williamson ...
Red Keys
Jon E. Livernois ...
Ese
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Detective Grimes
Troy Randall-Kilpatrick ...
Detective Styles (as Troy Kilpatrick)
Rebecca Dawn ...
Lisa
Lisa Weldon ...
Daisy Keys
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(as Suzanne Block)
Gunhild Giil ...
Hit woman
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Berto
Chris Stewart ...
Lock
Darius Thomas ...
Eddie
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Set against the backdrop of Detroit's underworld, 17000 Block tells the story of Buck, a young man trapped in the middle of a street family rivalry - he is coerced, by his unscrupulous Uncle Eddie, to pull a robbery. When the job goes bad Buck finds himself running from the law, and the streets. Written by Anonymous

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A young man caught up in a street family rivalry learns the meaning of loyalty, honor and respect. See more »

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$100,000 (estimated)
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A really great movie to see.
23 September 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a film I really enjoyed. I had the pleasure to see 17000 Block 9/22/05 at the Star Theater in Detroit. I went in having thought it would be more of the same in your hood movies. Not so. 17000 Block was both entertaining and well written. All the actors done a wonderful job and was very convincing in their roles. During the entire movie it kept you wondering what was going to happen next. I would without a doubt recommend you see this film. It's well worth the cost of admission or on DVD. I'm a filmmaker myself(Real Entertainment Media & Films) and I'm not to quick to give up the props but it's well deserved in this case.I really mean that.Detroit is in the game now. Good Luck!! See ya at the top!!


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