A mockumentary film in which a documentary crew follows two hard core Sicilians as they make their daily rounds. Using his art gallery as a front for illegal activity, Alfonzo Parmiasiani, ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Cedric Blue II ...
Terry
Derek Brooks ...
Customer
Jay Brown ...
Donnie "The Dick"
Ronnie Chavis ...
Concussion Victim
Jeremy Coleman ...
Nicky "Knuckles"
Robert Corbett ...
Softball Catcher Victim
Jonathon Desanero ...
Dumpster Victim
Drew Dupont ...
Carl
Justin Kuhn ...
Rooftop Victim
Crystal Largen ...
Sales Woman
J. Lublinkhof ...
Tony "The Suit" Tartaglioni
Brea McClain ...
Carl's Girlfriend
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The Neighbor
Larry Parks ...
Larry
Adam Ross ...
Bobby "The Blowetorch"
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A mockumentary film in which a documentary crew follows two hard core Sicilians as they make their daily rounds. Using his art gallery as a front for illegal activity, Alfonzo Parmiasiani, followed by his 2nd in command, Tony "The Suit" Tartagliani, go on a spree of violence and mayhem, the likes of which would make the Godfather cringe. They don't play games. Though their demeanor is all smiles when they come to your door--if they ask you if you want to buy a painting, they mean you're buying the painting. With Alfonzo and Tony at the wheel, and their gang not far behind, this flick will have you at "BADA BING". Written by Ben Sakatos

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It's Nothing Personal...It's Art!

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Short | Crime

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27 July 2005 (USA)  »

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$1,500 (estimated)
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(director's cut)

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(NTSC Color)

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1.85 : 1
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During the mugging in the opening scene someone called the police thinking the actors (J Lublinkhof and Ben Sakatos) were actually assaulting actor Nathan Swanson. When the police arrived the Director of Photography (Alton Chewning) had to wave from the picture car across the street and hold up his camera to convince the officer that they were in fact shooting a staged fight. The officer wished them luck and left. See more »

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Terry: It hurts when I do this, doesn't it?
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