A blue collar worker finds a new profession in assassination.

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Phredd Phillipps ...
Fred
Marina Goncharova ...
Trina
Mike McKinnon ...
Sasha
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Natalia
Jack Rankhorn ...
Ivan
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Agent White
Charles Hemminger ...
Mark Ben
Lonnie Moore ...
Yo Yo
Christine Ferrisse ...
Tanya Ben
Jacquelyn Guss ...
Shooting Victim
Rafael Iglesias ...
Tony
Joe Velasco ...
Cheated Mexican
Mike Rohan ...
Millhouse
Kenny Dena ...
Nitwit
Charles King ...
Monsignor McCarthy
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Born into the legacy of blue collar workers, Fred needed a change. He found his burning bush in the form a radical right wing magazine. Hitman seemed like the perfect occupation for a guy with complete disdain for society, so he jumped in with both feet. Before long, he realized that his new profession was nothing like the James Bond films made it out to be. All the action and excitement quickly dissolved and all that remained was... just a job. Written by Anonymous

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You may call it murder, but to him it's... just a job.

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Crime

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17 November 2007 (USA)  »

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$50,000 (estimated)
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A film like they used to make em'!
4 February 2009 | by (Southern California) – See all my reviews

It was an absolute pleasure to work on this film. Great director, cast and crew and from start to finish, just a really fun film to watch. Shot on location in just about every corner of Southern California, Just a Job rolls right along with a 1970s vibe and has a perfectly-crafted soundtrack and engaging score. The characters are gritty, real and memorable. From the bumbling lead character to the Russian Mafia bosses to the whores; on the wild streets of skid row to the gorgeous shores of Laguna Beach, director KC King tells an intense (yet hilarious at times) story that twists and turns and barely lets you up for air.

If you are a fan of solid independent film-making you will thoroughly enjoy ... Just a Job!


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