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Green (2000)

Not Rated | | Crime, Drama | 14 September 2000 (USA)
For two lifelong friends from Boston "green" means money. So when they start up a counterfeiting ring it seems that they will be in the "green" for good. But no matter how close their ... See full summary »

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Michael Burke ...
Mike
Stephen J. Burke ...
Steve
Marc Colucci ...
Wayne
Mario Colucci ...
Poker player #2
Greg Odin ...
Greg
Desarae Powers ...
Caitlyn
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Scott
Shawn Powers ...
Poker player #1
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For two lifelong friends from Boston "green" means money. So when they start up a counterfeiting ring it seems that they will be in the "green" for good. But no matter how close their friendship or how strong the bond of trust between them. They are about to find out the hard way. Money changes everything Friendship and trust take a backseat to greed and dishonesty in this compelling drama from writer/director Marc Powers. "GREEN" is an interesting as well as honest look at what the effects of money, along with other influences, can have on any relationship. Written by Marc Powers

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Money changes everything

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Crime | Drama

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Wayne: The whole idea was to get rich right? That's all I'm saying we do.
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The Best "Truly" Independent Film/Video That I Have Reviewed This Year.
17 August 2008 | by (Boston,MA) – See all my reviews

Green is a compelling story about two best friends. This movie takes place in Boston. The characters (Scott) played by Marc Powers also director/writer, and the best friend (Stephen) played by Stephen Burke are exceptional. Keep an eye out for the character (Greg) played by Greg Odin. He plays the gun toting, racist, maniac of a friend and I look forward to seeing him in future films.

Director Marc Powers is truly awesome with this first time out production. This movie has a chilling twist that will leave you deeply disturbed.

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