A chronic gambler hires a resolute, hockey stick-wielding problem solver to storm a poker room to settle a long-standing debt. But when personal betrayal becomes the order of the day, all bets are off in this dramatic short film.
If you don't know when to fold 'em, you won't know when to walk away
Did You Know?
The white vehicle used as Darcey's car was actually owned by Robert Craft. Robert was in an accident after the first part of shooting and had the right front body replaced with a black-topped cover. The vehicle was used in the second part of shooting but was angled each time it was seen so that the black cover was not visible. See more
The light poll used for some lighting of scenes is clearly visible at Dirk's condo when Victor and Darcey return from their initial encounter with Randall Smith. The poll is also visible during the second-to-last scene as Randall points his gun at Victor. See more
Private Reflection See more