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A seasoned call girl is offered a way out of the business if she uncovers a blackmail ring in a house of prostitution. An alcoholic ex-school teacher takes a job watching security cameras ... See full summary »

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Joe Bill ... Ralph
... Paul
... Prostitute John
Doug Frank ... Kenneth
Leah Gale ... Gisele
John Harriman ... Dewey
Megan Hickey ... Celeste
Kyle Kuhs ... Mouse
Bill Lundeen ... Mafia boss
... Catherine
... Enderby One
Mick Napier ... Chet West
Jason Pardo ... John
... Dominique (as Marietta Putignano)
... Doctor
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A seasoned call girl is offered a way out of the business if she uncovers a blackmail ring in a house of prostitution. An alcoholic ex-school teacher takes a job watching security cameras in the same house. There, he befriends a 13 year old boy left behind years before by his mother. When a blackmail victim murders one of the girls and the bosses move in to violently clean house, the teacher and the call girl risk their lives to save the life of the boy. Written by Anonymous

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We Are Not Machines
Bradley Park
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A movie that even Roger Ebert, couldn't bitch about...
6 August 2003 | by See all my reviews

Guns, murder, intrigue, deception, sardonic humor, and a little sexual subject matter, all make up the artistically brilliant film called "WATCH". With all of the mass produced "crap" we've been force fed at the movie theatres, over the last ten years, "WATCH" was much, much more than a breath of fresh air. Intellectually stimulating, emotionally thought provoking, and unconventionally funny, "WATCH" is definitely a home run!

John Covert, once again, has gifted the american public with style, attitude, and grace, surrounded by a group of incredibly talented artists, who worked so tirelessly to create this amazing film.

BRAVO!


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