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Sins of the Night (1993)

Unrated | | Crime, Thriller | 29 June 1993 (UK)
Abused wife of a mobster, who runs a luxury brothel, tries to get the insurance investigator, hired by her ex-lover to track her down, to help her kill her husband and get the insurance money.

Director:

Gregory Dark (as Gregory Hippolyte)

Writer:

Russell Lavalle
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Cast

Complete credited cast:
Nick Cassavetes ... Jack Neitsche
Deborah Shelton ... Roxanne Flowers
Miles O'Keeffe ... Tony Falcone
Richard Roundtree ... Les
Matt Roe Matt Roe ... Ted Quincy
Courtney Taylor Courtney Taylor ... Danielle
Michelle Moffett Michelle Moffett ... Kay
Lee Anne Beaman Lee Anne Beaman ... Sue Ellen
Kelly Royce Kelly Royce ... Laurel Conrad (as Juliet James)
Michele Brin Michele Brin ... Laura Winters
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Storyline

Jack Nietsche is a hardened ex-con who now works as an insurance investigator for Anaconda Casualty Company, a casualty insurance firm run by Ted Quincy. Quincy's ex-lover is Roxie, now wife to godfather Tony Falcone. In a huge mix-up/double-cross, Roxie plots with Jack to get rid of Falcone and Quincy, one an abusive husband, the other a demented role playing ex-lover, and run away with Jack. But the double crossings don't end there. Written by Jason Parker and Sean Kilby <gestalt@ix.netcom.com>

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She's the only game in town... and everyone wants to play

Genres:

Crime | Thriller

Certificate:

Unrated | See all certifications »

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Quotes

Tony Falcone: It's alright. It's over. Alright? I'm okay. You just have to understand that when you go out you have to tell me where you're going. You know why, because you're mine.
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Alternate Versions

The laserdisc is the unrated, longer version (89 minutes) See more »

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Featured in Los Angeles Plays Itself (2003) See more »

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An ex-con turned private investigator enters a very dangerous world.

Jack Neitszche is one of those small-time ex-cons who never seem to catch a break. Now he is forced to track down Roxanne Flowers, an ex-stripper who has too many skeletons in her closet -- all of the kind that Jack should avoid like the plague. But Roxy is one woman who can't be ignored, and Jack falls hard -- even though he knows he shouldn't -- and very soon he finds himself in a dangerous triangle with none other than Tony Falcone, a mafia-type who has a penchant for violence and making people suffer. Very soon all hell breaks loose, and when the dust clears there are dead bodies, broken lives, and a dangerous world whose rules never seem to change.

Sins of the Night is a surprising sleeper of a movie whose low budget filmmaking actually adds to its appeal and in the process rivals much larger films like Basic Instinct. Besides creditable performances by Deborah Shelton, Nick Cassavetes, Richard Roundtree, Miles O'Keefe, and the rest of the cast, an added bonus is the writing. Russell La Valle is clearly a writer who should be watched, as he has a natural flair for dialogue and character development, and knows how to weave them into a compelling story. Certainly a talent to watch.

I hope Hollywood takes notice and understands the entertainment value of films like Sims of the NIght and begins duplicating the formula for good small budget movies that have been missing for too long.


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Official Sites:

Full Moon Features

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 June 1993 (UK) See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

(unrated)

Sound Mix:

Dolby Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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