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Jokes Yanes (writer)
J. Bishop (writer)
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Sunny Place, Shady People
Plot:
Raul, a tow truck driver in Miami Beach, learns that every choice has its rewards and consequences. | Add synopsis »
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Crime and Punishment See more (6 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Andres Dominguez ... Raul
Belkys Galvez ... Nikki

David Lago ... Marco

Oscar Torre ... Jimmy

J. Bishop ... Vlad
Ky-Mani Marley ... Tommy
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Gabe Alberro ... The doorman
Benhur Sito Barrero ... Neil

Anthony Bless ... Tito
Jane Jei Castro ... Landlord

Kristine Cecelia ... Lisa

Antoni Corone ... Ivan

Crystal Cubria ... Dee Dee

Glenda Galeano ... Glenda
Joanna Galis-Menendez ... Monique

Arianna Gomez ... Maria (JT's girlfriend)

Justin Harris ... Bouncer #3
Stacey Havoc ... Carol

Brigitte Kali ... Customer
Annie Lopez ... Svetlana

Casper Martinez ... Lorenzo

Izzy Martinez ... Rick
Nicole Mejia ... Vanna White

Gerald Owens ... Sanders
Tiffany Perez ... Skittles
Scott Piepmeier ... Doug
Arsi Rey ... Bouncer #2

Jonathan Rodriguez ... Crazy Clown

Victor Salvatore ... Uri (as Victor Mueller)

Bruster Phoenix Sampson ... Charlie

Nicholas Simmons ... Bouncer #1
Wankego ... Barbie
Kris Williams ... Nurse

Directed by
Jokes Yanes 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
J. Bishop  writer
Jokes Yanes  writer

Produced by
Luis Bacardi .... co-producer
Patrick de Bokay .... co-producer
Patrick de Bokay .... line producer
Peter Ebanks .... producer
Jorgea Hernando .... executive producer
Nelson Mantecon .... associate producer
Jose Luis Martinez .... co-producer
Aaron J. Salgado .... producer
Jokes Yanes .... producer
Michael Zoyes .... co-producer
 
Cinematography by
Ricardo Manavello (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
Jean Pierre Navas (co-editor)
Jokes Yanes (edited by)
 
Casting by
Regina Walker 
 
Production Design by
Gaston Schwarzwald 
 
Makeup Department
Jet Alexandra .... key makeup artist
Jennifer Duarte .... makeup artist
Jessica Marie .... hair stylist
Gina Paredes .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Peter Ebanks .... unit production manager
Aldo Mendivil .... production manager: coordination
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Erce Deli Cantu .... first assistant director
 
Sound Department
Peter S. Carlstedt .... adr mixer
Brian Mejia .... sound effects editor
Eric Valdes .... sound
 
Special Effects by
Juan Bofill .... special effects coordinator (as Juan C. Bofill)
 
Visual Effects by
Kyle Belko .... digital compositor
Carlos De La Vega .... visual effects artist
Ryan Egan .... roto artist
Evan Ghigliotty .... digital compositor
George Loucas .... visual effects supervisor
Jessie Mizrahi .... visual effects producer
Joshua Spivack .... visual effects editor
 
Stunts
Juan Bofill .... stunt coordinator (as Juan C. Bofill)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Daniel Abbott .... best boy electric
Daniel Abbott .... car rigging grip
Jorge Bustamante .... steadicam operator
Jonathan Franklin .... first assistant camera
Ralf Gonzalez .... best boy electric
Neil McCoun .... second assistant camera
Enrique Ojeda .... dolly grip
Enrique Ojeda .... key grip
David Olaoniye .... first assistant camera
Jay Shropshire .... gaffer
Eddy Valdes .... additional photographer
Eddy Valdes .... still photographer
 
Casting Department
Nat Perez .... casting associate
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jennifer Duarte .... assistant wardrobe
Nayra Serrano .... wardrobe supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Juan Carlos Gonzalez .... colorist
 
Other crew
Gabrielle Banks .... production secretary
Brooke Bortell .... production assistant
Katherine Vásquez Cotton .... script supervisor
Janelle Gueits .... location manager
Neil McCoun .... dit
Clint Morris .... publicist
 

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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Crime and Punishment, 19 May 2014
Author: Frank DuFontaine from Hanoi, Vietnam

This movie sets up a dynamic of people and events in Miami, showing reasons for things to evolve as they do into the particular situation. The movie portrays an appealing entry into the life of crime and the glamor often associated with it. It's like seeing Grand Theft Auto play out in real life, complete with video game sound effects. However, unlike a video game, where you can simply restart a level and play it over, the movie shows there are times when there is simply no going back. After creating the framework for the setting, the movie sets the events in motion but then lets everything unfold naturally. After seeing the glamor, you get a dose of the flipside - the sleaziness and vileness of human nature, the underbelly, and definite cause for reconsideration. It's not as simple as all these "rise and fall" drug movies like Scarface or Blow - it presents an interesting moral imperative and life choices scenario and provides an invitation for reflection and insight, with "Eenie Meenie Miney Moe" being almost a question of when choices come back to you with consequences, and what those consequences are. I think teenagers should see this.

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