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Collateral Consequences (2012)

Two men work as low budget film stuntmen and stunt coordinators but a stunt backfires and one is injured. The two men try and outdo each other by pushing every stunt to the very limit to see who is indeed the best stuntman.

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Paul T.T. Easter ...
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Adrian Cain ...
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Danny Cain ...
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Lewy Cain ...
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Tammy Cain ...
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Turf wars slowly escalate from friendly rivalry to out right warfare when a member from rival gang Marsh Raiders over steps the mark by injuring a gang member by pushing a stunt to far. The Mud Turbos fueled by drink turn a night of party's on much disputed land into a night of terror Written by Paul T T Easter

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Film made by Resourceful Producer
15 December 2012 | by See all my reviews

Film made by Resourceful Producer I have interviewed this film maker and all four of his films. U Mugs-Black Shuck-Thumb N It-Collateral Consequences are basically the Director sticking his middle finger up at the film industry as a whole. There is even a line in U Mugs where he states he is sick of film makers patting each other on the back saying how wonderful they are. He goes on to say that they have made a film not saved lives or flown to the moon. There are plenty of really good films out there that lost a lot money and never found an audience. He wanted to prove with some arrogance that a film can be made for a few hundred pounds released and make a profit in fact he made 4 films in 2012 and all 4 made a profit and he had a great time and lots of fun making them he then ended the interview saying you could not call it work it was far to much fun.


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