Most people think that undercover cops have ice in their veins to do what they do. That may be true in some cases, but when a narc realizes that he is just flesh and blood, the true dangers... See full summary »

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Ademi Adeniji ...
The Alley Kid
Bob Border ...
The Suit
Matt Brewbaker ...
Matt
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Goatee (as Mike Burgin)
Bruce Elgin ...
Downtown Extra (as Bruce Heppner-Elgin)
Ashley Guffey ...
Sox Cap
Josh Guffey ...
Downtown Extra
Troy Hollatz ...
Caucasian
Dan Holmes ...
Shades
Craig Jones ...
Craig
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Downtown Extra
Todd Malone ...
Taurus
Justin Marxen ...
Khaki
Dylan Norden ...
Danny
Mike Sunderbruch ...
Downtown Extra
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Most people think that undercover cops have ice in their veins to do what they do. That may be true in some cases, but when a narc realizes that he is just flesh and blood, the true dangers of the job become dangerously evident. Matt, an undercover cop in an elite unit, has to deal with this fragile realization as he works on biggest drug bust of his career. Greg, a veteran cop who understands what being undercover can do to a man, tries to help Matt comes to terms with these pressures before its too late. But with Matt's partner Danny putting his life on the line for this one final transaction, Matt must quickly decide if he has what it takes to see the job through and take care of business. Written by Anonymous

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He's a wolf in sheepdog's clothing. See more »

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Short | Crime

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13 April 2007 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Matt Brewbaker's closing piece of voiceover is inspired by the writings of Marcus Arelius in his famous collection Meditations. See more »

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Matt: Every warrior has to have a reason to do what he does, a motive. Mercenaries do it for the money, soldiers do it for their country, cops do it for the citizenry. What's in it for the narcs? Teachers, ministers, parents, kids, they're all in this game one way or another, using like the next guy. Where do I fall? Where's my motive? Who counts on me to do my job when everybody's already dirty?
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