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Jimmy and Jon are a couple of Brooklyn guys who somehow never found their way into workaday society; they never found their way into big-time crime, either. But that all changes when their old friend Frankie returns from Florida with some guns to sell. In the course of a few very short urban summer days, their lives spin permanently out of control.Written by
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Astounding acting, you think you're watching real life
It's a rare movie that makes you forget it's a movie. This film pulls it off on a budget of $38,000 (can that be true?) Nick Gomez should be up for best director/writer, and entire cast deserves kudos, especially Adam Trese and Paul Schulze, who give us the best on-the-edge-of- violence performances since Joe Pesci in Goodfellas. The story revolves around two buddies in Brooklyn who are involved in small-time crime to avoid work. One is a big-brother type to the other who is irresponsible and prone to slap his girl around and thereby alienate everyone around him. Into their life comes a long-lost friend on the run with a nice collection of hot pistols to sell. Watch for it on Showtime.
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