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Six Sex Scenes and a Murder (2008)

Not Rated | | Mystery | 2008 (USA)
Nick's made poor choices professionally and personally. A man feared and envied by many, he's lived a life seduced by crime, money, beautiful women, and burlesque. Now he wants out and he's... See full summary »

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Amy Jo Brogan ...
Shana
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Abortion Doctor
Isbella Calderon ...
Isabella
James Camblin ...
Thomas
Michelle Chantal ...
Patricia
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Cat
Richard Anthony Crenna ...
Nick Hamilton
Jeffery Davis ...
Alex Diamond
Christine Gilb ...
Grace
Gareth Holder ...
Bounty Hunter
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Ruby
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Al
Sylvia Kratins ...
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Charlie
Rob F. Martinez ...
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Nick's made poor choices professionally and personally. A man feared and envied by many, he's lived a life seduced by crime, money, beautiful women, and burlesque. Now he wants out and he's got 24 hours to find an exit. He's helped by the love of his life, ex-burlesque dancer, Regan Price and by his brother Tony, owner of The Uptown Bar. Written by Julie Rubio

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He's got 24 hours to make the last deal of his life.

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Nick at Night
9 June 2008 | by (Oakland, California) – See all my reviews

As a former habitué of the San Francisco club scene, I've known a few strippers, bouncers and club owners over the years. I can attest that director Julie Rubio succeeds in capturing both the flamboyant excess and the shallowness.

Look elsewhere for the grit of "Mean Streets." This is an Underworld after a Guiliani-style clean-up. The sharp suits and slinky skirts of the noir era merge with cell phones and shiny, new cars.

The actresses, varying degrees of hot, are convincing as burlesque dancers. Richard Anthony Crenna as Nick, the conflicted hood at the center of the film, could be an inheritor of the type of role that Keith Carradine excelled at with writer/director Alan Rudolph, the decent guy battling serpentine urges.

Viewers who enjoy Abel Ferrara's "Go Go Tales," set in a New York City strip club, should investigate "Six Sex Scenes and a Murder" to see what the West Coast has to offer.


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