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White Men in Seminole Flats (2004)

Two men race across a remote desert wasteland, one in desperate need of a doctor. What should have been a routine arms deal has gone terribly awry, and now, if they want to live, they'll need to get the lead out in more ways than one.

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(as Greg Smith)

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(as Greg Smith),
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Dale
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Reese
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Davis
Ben Northington ...
Chopper
Michael Kasin ...
Charlie
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Highway Patrolman #1
Terry Snell ...
Highway Patrolman #2
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Highway Patrolman #3
Rick Fallon ...
Highway Patrolman #4
Maurie Watman ...
Highway Patrolman #5
Stephanie Rogers ...
Highway Patrol Woman
Michelle Fallon ...
Nurse
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Two men race across a remote desert wasteland, one in desperate need of a doctor. What should have been a routine arms deal has gone terribly awry, and now, if they want to live, they'll need to get the lead out in more ways than one.

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The desert can prove unforgiving...so can they. See more »

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Short | Action | Comedy | Crime

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26 April 2004 (USA)  »

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$63,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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The van used by the militants during the film pays direct homage to the van driven by "The A-Team." The van itself was tan, though; filmmakers used temporary latex paint to create the likeness. See more »

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Fun, Fast paced film that could be a great feature film
9 February 2007 | by (Hollywood, CA.) – See all my reviews

This movie does what very few films can, it's slick, smart and funny. Marked by great gun play, shot beautifully with great sfx. It's at once bloodily violent and absolutely hilarious the next. The performances are ultra cool with a great Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid relationship between the protagonists; Dale(Scoot Mcnairy) & Reece(Jim Thalman). This film-making team, led by GS Smith, who's bold story telling style is reminiscent of a young Tarantino is one to be on the look out for. There's a sequence in the film, during a weapons deal, where the buyer (Judd Laurence) brings his mentally retarded nephew to the deal, and what is an ultra dangerous moment, then turns ultra hilarious, with dialog like "who brought the retard" these men are so morally bankrupt, but you love them none-the-less because they just don't care, and in the blink of an eye, the situation becomes deadly with bullets flying and brains splattering. It's really a credit to the director that he can achieve the balance of danger and humor. Very few can.


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