To have worked with no script and a shoestring budget, this gripping drama hits home and tells us the true to life horrors of addiction. The actors in this film dug deep and everything was improvised on the location with little or no preparation. Mike Malfitano's as (angie McGhee) the drunk has an ending scene that will impact all. The cat and mouse between Carbone and Clancy keeps the pace of the film moving. Executive producer Robert DeMarco saw the vision of T. Walker Rice and Joe Goodavage and provided what every film maker wants an opportunity. Robert also plays a small role as a detective and is quite convincing. Locations make-up and wardrobe were provided by the multi-talented Marcy Andujar who also appeared as a sniper. Lots of fun and plot twists.
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