Through the voice of her aging father, mafia princess Toni runs the city. But when her father is gunned down by a rival crime family, Toni joins forces with her estranged sister to maintain control of the family.
In the course of a single night, New York Street Crimes Sargent Thomas Cavanaugh (Dan Brennan) and his partners Rourke (Stephanie Finochio) and Jablonsky (Robert Clohessy) hunt down the ... See full summary »
After her father is brutally murdered, mob princess Toni Albano decides to take control of the family business. She learns the hard way that the mafia is still an all boy's club. Toni must stand toe to toe and trade blows with the most ruthless mob boss in New York. Written by
Directed by Fred Carpenter, Send No Flowers makes a smashing debut at the 16th annual Long Island International Film Expo winning six awards. Written by Lee Kolinsky and Michael A. Lovaglio "Send No Flowers" is one of the best indie gangland films I have seen in years. There is murder, intrigue and brutal beating in a strip club. This film is fast and densely exciting. Send No Flowers hooks you in early and does not disappoint, Sean Young is sensational playing a high-powered female boss who is just as ruthless in business and in love as men are. Supported by a cast that is smart and thrilling, the film also stars veteran actors Gianni Russo and Tony LoBianco and a fantastic surprising performance from comedian Jackie Martling. Send No Flowers is expertly shot and edited and gives the audience a simple plot that keeps you engaged until the credits roll. It's a film that demands to be watched again and again, although this movie resembles other gangster stories, I am looking forward to adding this movie to my DVD or Blu Ray collection.
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