Joey Rostein has grown up best friend to Bobby DeBlazio, the son of a head mafia don. As they both come of age and attempt to give a shot at "the family business", by starting their own crew, Joey finds himself questioning morality and having to choose between the crew, Bobby's family and his own. But when they all end up in jail on a gone-wrong job, some get out sooner than others, much sooner. Which begs the questions, who paid off who, and who became a snitch to avoid time. With everyone trying to figure out who's leaking information to the law, and Bobby trying to keep the whole thing under raps with his father; tempers flare, people get whacked, and only one person knows who the true mole is, in Joey Rostein and the Commission. Written by
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9 January 2008 (USA)
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During the filming of the dinner scene with the bosses, Bobby DeBlazio (Dan DiFrancesco) and Joey Rostein (Josh Kohler) were not allowed to speak to the bosses off camera until filming was finished. For most of the time it took the crew to set up, they waited outside the house with director Ron Peters rehearsing while hitting golf balls into the lake nearby. See more
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