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When Martin Niconi goes across country to get away from a sorry family and associates problems, he finds a secluded area high in the Sierra Mountains area of California to begin life over as a logger. He meets Anna Hennessey and her son Jeff and the romance begins. Anna's brother Max is a logger whose crew includes Martin and he is determined to keep them apart.Written by
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"Crosscut" is a very uneasy blend, of Mafia hit man on the run, loggers vs environmentalists, and romance, that is surprisingly good. Costas Mandylor, doing a fair Michael Madsen imitation, is hiding out from the mob, who want him dead, in a small Northern California logging community. He takes a job at the mill, which is slated to close because of an endangered owl. There is a romance with one of the locals, and a shootout with the goons pursuing him. Surprisingly, all of these subplots do not detract enough to prevent me from recommending "Crosscut". Acting and character development is way above average for a 'B" movie, and the film is quite entertaining. - MERK
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