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Trust Me (2009)

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In a world where, the Mafia, drug dealers, and money launderers, collide, a Ponzi scheme is in the works. Frank Dileo, a Mafia don controls everyone and everything around him, or so he thinks.

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Frank Dileo
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Johnny
Gayle Robbins ...
Karen
Rick Borgia ...
Carmine
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Bridgette
Al Burgo ...
Cicero
Lauren Kruse ...
Angie
Loukas Papas ...
Rocco
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Ralph (as Jean Antoine Picard-Ami)
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Louis
T.J. Glenn ...
Liam
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Al Genovese
Toby Levin ...
Marc
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Francis
Josephine Calabrese ...
Rosina
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In a world where, the Mafia, drug dealers, and money launderers, collide, a Ponzi scheme is in the works. Frank Dileo, a Mafia don controls everyone and everything around him, or so he thinks.

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Short | Action | Drama

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R
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15 August 2009 (USA)  »

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$35,000 (estimated)
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An Excellent Movie, you must see
26 September 2009 | by See all my reviews

Trust Me, has a very good story. The Premier, at the Anthology Film Archive, on August 31st, was probe of that, more than 576 people came to see the movie and their reaction and comments in the survey were excellent! Roberto Rizzo did a great job, Writing, Casting, Directing and Producing this movie with a budget around $ 20K. Bravo. Is the first time in the history of the movies that a Director puts somebody into a Pizza Oven, NEVER DONE before, plus it's at the beginning of the movie which gives you right away the tone of the film. The acting was very good, Steve Dash portraits Frank Dileo very well, Rick Borgia as Carmine it's incredible good, Roberto Rizzo did a lot of auditions to find the characters he wrote in the script. Gayle Robbins as Karen the District Attorney, is very strong and real. This is her second film done under Roberto Rizzo's Direction. In this film he introduces Natalie Gal as Bridgette, a very strong an complex character, the abused girl by a mafia Don.


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