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Petty Cash (2010)

Not Rated | | Action, Drama | 30 October 2010 (USA)
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When debts are due, there's no where to hide and somebody's going to pay. A low level bag man, his wife, his brother, a stripper, the strip club owner, a junkie whore, a psychopathic mute, ... See full summary »

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Robert W.C. Kennedy ...
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Edy Cullen ...
Sandy
Nathaniel Ross ...
John
Joshua Parkes ...
Richie
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Marcello
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Donnell Jackson ...
Spain
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Dr. Dan
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When debts are due, there's no where to hide and somebody's going to pay. A low level bag man, his wife, his brother, a stripper, the strip club owner, a junkie whore, a psychopathic mute, a crime boss, and others, all collide in a final dance of death over money and survival. Written by Craig McCarthy

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Great Indy Film out of Milwaukee
29 January 2011 | by See all my reviews

Petty Cash I found is a very interesting study of a world of thugs and scum spinning out of control. The acting was great and shot very well. Mr. Ross Bigly use locations in Milwaukee well in a time when affects makes up more and more of a film, in Petty Cash its the story. You have to pay attention to what is going on. A lot of surprises go on when you least expect them. I was very pleased to note that the Milwaukee based actors did a fine of a job as the big names. I hope to see more films from Mr. Bigly soon. IMHO the actors enjoyed working on the film as did the crew. For a change I did not see many of the silly mistakes I often find in low budgeted films. The sound was good the music helped carry the story.


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