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The Crown of Rust (2005)

Through a series of revealing transactions, a neighborhood drug dealer comes into the reality of the social devastation he has fostered.

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Cuban Joe
Will Green ...
Brother Rice
Haley Boyle ...
Sabrina
Mitch Osborn ...
Kevin
Brian Russell ...
Thomas
Shelley Browne ...
Mrs. Peet
Sooney Kadouh ...
Nick
Brad Bilger ...
Heavy
Robbi Andersen ...
Tonya
Brian D. Harvey ...
Club Owner
Dee Martin ...
Thug (as Didier Nosile)
Brenda Mae Hamilton ...
Stripper 1 (as Brenda Hamilton)
Desiree Proctor ...
Sexy Schoolgirl 1
Sarah Lockard ...
Sexy Schoolgirl 2
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Deputy Sheriff
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Through a series of revealing transactions, a neighborhood drug dealer comes into the reality of the social devastation he has fostered.

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Short | Drama

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13 March 2005 (USA)  »

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$10,000 (estimated)
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12 April 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Truly one of the greatest movies of all time, a new classic (if that makes any sense.) The production value of this movie alone is simply stunning. Kadouh takes on the roles of writer, producer, director, actor and editor in his first short film. This film certainly withstands the tests of time, and with it's natural grit and surreal cinematography by newcomer Joe Worth this film is certainly one that should not only be in everyones collection, it should still be in your DVD player. If you get a chance, buy this film, or buy three copies and give one to your mom and another to your best friend so you can all share in this spectacular zeitgeist of American culture at it's finest.


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