David begins experiencing cloudy memories of a long-lost life amidst the violent Cortello family in Sicily ââ'¬Â¦ a family he ultimately betrayed. And the wages of sin are deadly.

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Gabriele Arena ...
Man on the train
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Williams
Vin Bejleri ...
Tony (as Ervin Bejleri)
Luigi Maria Burruano ...
Don Cimino
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Pasticcere
Federico Cimò ...
Don Antonio
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Maria
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Killer
Toni Gambino ...
Killer
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Debra
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Father Leonard
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Susanna
Alfredo Li Bassi ...
Killer
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Don Mancino
Giovanni Martorana ...
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David begins experiencing cloudy memories of a long-lost life amidst the violent Cortello family in Sicily ââ'¬Â¦ a family he ultimately betrayed. And the wages of sin are deadly.

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23 February 2013 (USA)  »

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The last line of the movie is in Albanian, (Paç fat) meaning (good luck) pronounced by Tony (Ervin Bejleri) wich is also an albanian actor. See more »

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What just happened?
18 March 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In a plot that doesn't make sense, using the standard jumping from the present to the past to explain, and using music that gives the movie an edge, the viewer is left wondering why they just wasted an hour and twenty minutes of their life and, more importantly, why Danny Glover accepted this this role. The movie is rife with "build-ups" that lead to nothing, relationships that lead nowhere, and confusion galore. But the most confusion thing about the whole movie, like chalked up to "artistic freedom", is when two people have a conversation. Typically, one is talking in Italian while one is talking in English, with no translators. Why don't you just talk in one language? Clearly you understand both languages. Did the director just have a friend who did subtitles for movies that needed a job? About the only good thing about the movie is the fairly realistic gun firing.


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