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Billy and Sarah, two delinquent teenage lovers from the suburbs of Los Angeles, travel to a small southern town to falsely claim a dead friend's inheritance. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Beau Bridges ... Sheriff Brogden

Haley Webb ... Sarah

Josh Henderson ... Billy

Aidan Quinn ... Cameron Brogden

Lorna Raver ... Belle Brogden

Jordan Bridges ... Earl

Crispian Belfrage ... Eddie Romero
Philip Lenkowsky ... Sly Wheaton

Joel McKinnon Miller ... Sal Marinaro

Nestor Aaron Absera ... Jamie Albright (as Nestor Absera)

Amanda Carlin ... Dotty

Benjamín Benítez ... Officer #1 (as Benjamin Benitez)

Lionel D. Carson ... Officer #2 (as Lionel Carson)

August Emerson ... Joey Marinaro

Eileen Grubba ... Alice

Terence Bernie Hines ... Joe

Phoebe Holston ... Mel
Jose Martin Ruano ... Bible Reader
Ciro Suarez ... Tractor Salesman

Billy 'Sly' Williams ... Boss / Owner
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Brian Boyd ... Joey's Friend (uncredited)

Directed by
Antoni Stutz 
Writing credits
Antoni Stutz (written by) and
Ashley Scott Meyers (written by)

Produced by
Pat Chapman .... line producer
Nate Cornett .... associate producer (as Nathan Cornett)
Jeffrey Coulter .... producer
Cecilia Miniucchi .... executive producer
Gabriella Stollenwerck .... producer
Antoni Stutz .... producer
Donald Zuckerman .... executive producer
Original Music by
Bill Brown (international version)
Jeffrey Coulter (domestic version)
Cinematography by
Gregg Easterbrook (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Jane Pia Abramowitz 
Michael Palmerio 
Casting by
Valerie McCaffrey 
Production Design by
Niko Vilaivongs 
Art Direction by
Rodrigo Cabral 
Set Decoration by
Siobhan O'Brien 
Costume Design by
Sarah Trost 
Makeup Department
Kelly Capoccia .... special makeup effects artist
Sherilyn Segal .... makeup department head
Paul Spataro .... hair department head
Production Management
Pat Chapman .... unit production manager
Michael Toji .... post production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Bobbie Blyle .... first assistant director
Noreen Dimster-Denk .... second second assistant director (as Noreen Perez)
Courtney M. Lovell .... second second assistant director
Clenet Verdi-Rose .... second assistant director
Art Department
Aaron Bautista .... assistant art director
Jared Berezin .... art department production assistant
Jocelyn Coffman .... property master
Christian D'Amico .... set dresser
Laurel Frank .... set dresser
Andy Hammer .... lead scenic
Helene Leff .... art department coordinator
Matthew Mizrahi .... on-set dresser
Eugene Wyrick .... assistant art director
Sound Department
Joshua Adeniji .... foley editor: sound effects editor
Dhyana Carlton-Tims .... dialogue & adr editor
Robert Dehn .... sound studio manager
Derek Deitz .... foley mixer
Brent Findley .... supervising sound editor
Jason Gaya .... additioal re-recording mixer
Jason Gaya .... adr mixer
Jay Golden .... boom operator
Steven Iba .... sound effects editor
Richard Kitting .... sound re-recording mixer
Daniel Norwick .... sound editor
James Ridgley .... production sound mixer (as Jim Ridgley)
Tom Ryan .... adr mixer
David Staricha .... sound editor
Chris Terhune .... sound editor
Vicki Vandegrift .... foley artist
Jonathan Wales .... sound editor
Jonathan Wales .... sound re-recording mixer
Visual Effects by
Jamison Scott Goei .... visual effects supervisor
Maggie Kraisamutr .... digital compositor
Mark Maccora .... digital compositor
Kevin Derr .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Nicholas Allen .... second assistant camera
Michael Bosman .... first assistant camera
Dan Cassell .... lighting technician
Traci Chartier .... second assistant camera
Jeff Conrad .... assistant chief lighting technician
Jefferson Fugitt .... film loader
Chris Garlington .... best boy grip
Brad Grimmett .... steadicam operator
Hillary Hanak .... gaffer: pick-up shots
Hillary Hanak .... gaffer: re-shoots
Brian L. Hauge .... key grip: re-shoots
Cody Jacobs .... lighting technician
Carlos M. Jimenez .... chief lighting technician
Igori Kamoevi .... grip: re-shoots
Harold Lacuesta .... lighting technician
Robert McFall .... key grip
Douglas Brian Miller .... epk cinematographer
Jon Myers .... steadicam operator
David Navarro .... lighting technician
Gabriel Patay .... lighting technician
Neil G. Phillips .... grip
Dave Smart .... dolly grip
Terry Zumalt .... lighting technician
Casting Department
Kristan Berona .... extras casting
Brian Rowe .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kristin Ingram .... wardrobe supervisor
Isabel Mandujano .... set costumer
Editorial Department
Brian Beard .... digital intermediate editor
Tricia Chiarenza .... color timer
Emily Chiu .... assistant editor
Nate Cornett .... assistant editor (as Nathan Cornett)
Joe Fineman .... post-production consultant
Scott Gregory .... digital film colorist
Eliot Milbourn .... additional digital intermediate colorist
Alex Trudeau Viriato .... assistant editor
Steven White .... on-line editor
Music Department
Gina Amador .... music supervisor
John W. Chapman .... music preparation by (as John Chapman)
Transportation Department
Robert Leos .... transportation captain
Other crew
Daniele Aliprandi .... production intern
Cameron Arguelles .... quality control
Brian Boyd .... stand-in
Michael L. Canale .... production assistant
Jamie Coghill .... production legal
Natasha Espiedra .... assistant to director
Brian J. Garland .... production coordinator
Amber Gary .... craft service assistant
Nikki Green .... craft service
Jeffrey Icuss .... assistant to director
Joseph Killoran .... set production assistant
Erika Kruger .... production assistant
Charmaine Kuhn .... production assistant
Stepka Li .... assistant armorer
Joseph Martinez .... production intern
Megan Powers .... production assistant
Thomas Ramalingam .... production assistant
Roman Salcedo .... production assistant
Lara Talatinian .... production intern
Ryan Toyama .... baseball copy consultant
Marnice Wolfe .... post production accountant
D.A. Woody .... location manager
Trish Davis .... special thanks
Terry Decker .... special thanks
Liam Finn .... special thanks
Anne Goursaud .... special thanks
Larry Gross .... special thanks
Albert Hasson .... special thanks
Pete Kastoff .... special thanks
Jon Katzman .... special thanks
Mark Legaspi .... special thanks
Fred Roos .... special thanks
Anneliese Stutz .... special thanks
Hans Stutz .... special thanks
Michael Stutz .... special thanks
Vaja .... special thanks (as Vaja Alani)

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Rated R for violence, language, sexuality and drug use
98 min
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »

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Factual errors: When the car is stolen from in front of the general store, everybody keeps referring to it as an El Camino, when, in fact, it's a Ford Ranchero.See more »
Sheriff Robert Brogden, Jr.:[to Billy Brody] Sooner or later, I'm gonna nail your maggot ass to the wall.See more »
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5 out of 11 people found the following review useful.
Grifters in Love, 10 July 2013

Where do I start? First the positives. The performances are okay but nothing memorable. Beautifully shot by Gregg Easterbrook giving a proper carmine tone to reflect the proceedings taking place in a small dusty Texas town. The score is slightly ambitious and overbearing for a flick that with few cuts and ADR should be perfect as Lifetime offering.

Nothing original about the plot. Girl (Haley Webb) meets a drifter (all smoldering Josh Henderson), become lovers with just bat of an eye and intense gaze and somehow construed to conned their way to riches only to find obstacles in shape of town Sheriff (Beau Bridges) with his deputy Earl (Jordan Bridges) in tow. I bet Bridges told the producers he will work for half the pay for price of two Bridges. The grifters also had to contend with the appearance of maniacal Edward (Crispian Belfrage) looking for the share of the loot.

Rushlights aim to be the type of B-grade noirish we used to get plentiful of in late 80's and early 90's with smattering of violence, characters with hidden agenda and oodles of nudity to cover for the familiarity of the plot and distract us until the final twist. Only that Rushlights lacked nearly all the ingredients listed. The flick needed something to make it a standout in the genre. Violence is minimal. Sleazy factor is zero. Shocking scenes to jolt us out of stupor.

Tacked on climax(es) is just plain ridiculous.

Aidan Quinn was pretty absorbing with his Texan lawyer persona. The guy needs to be a regular player on TV-circuit than merely being guest stars and supporting roles in films.

Josh is safe from unemployment thanks to TV's Dallas. He needs to put in more effort beyond getting in someone face or staring at them like they stole his bicycle or something.

English actor Crispian doesn't bother to hide his accent but comes off best especially in scenes with Haley which itself felt restrained when you needed the pair cat-and-mouse game to be more graphic in nature.

As a fan of film nudity, there is nothing from lovely Haley. Strangely, I would been disappointed if she went nude. I think she is way too talented to be involved in this middling effort. She got nothing to work with here. Her ability to emote in dramatic scenes is wasted on such a thin material worsened by flimsy clichéd dialogues. It's time for Haley to take a chance and step out of her comfort zone before it's too late. Young actresses have expiry date in youth-obsessed Hollywood.

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