A pair of blundering, low-rent hit men go after the wrong mark, an alluring Flamenco dancer for whom one of them instantly falls. Hard.

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Danny
Tyler McClain ...
Isabella
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Luther
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Joe Danzer
John X. Heart ...
Nightclub Employee
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Bo
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Mo
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Rory
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John Wesley ...
Goon
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Danny and Luther are a pair of blundering, low-rent hit men who go after the wrong mark, an alluring Flamenco dancer who overcomes them with a pair of maracas. Danny falls for her instantly, while Luther just wants to finish their job before they're killed -- if he doesn't kill Danny first. Written by Anonymous

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A short comedy of hits and misses

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Short | Action | Comedy

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14 April 2012 (USA)  »

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Bungling hit men meet their match
15 November 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's a rare film-maker who can do as much as Camhi does in a half-hour--and make it all work.

It's not only that there are a lot of (excellent) reversals in a mere thirty minutes of narrative, it's also that you don't see them coming, and that their sheer number never taxes nor confuses the viewer.

In addition, Camhi manages to create breathing room for some beautifully shot and edited dance sequences and two half-comic, half-romantic and wholly sexy interludes.

If all that weren't enough, he manages to choreograph some highly entertaining action sequences AND invite us into a couple of very witty dialogue-driven scenes that made me think that if Woody Allen and Quentin Tarantino had a love child, it would be Mr. Camhi.

He's a generous story-teller, giving us a lot of things to take delight in.


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