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Hall of Mirrors (2001)

A desperate gambling addict. A ruthless team of con men. One point five million dollars. Let the game begin.


Brad Osborne


Brad Osborne
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Eric Vale ... Dylan Hewitt (as Eric Johnson)
Julie Arebalo ... Mara Payton
Patrick Jordan Patrick Jordan ... Alex
Halim Jabbour ... Haze
Dameon Clarke ... Agent Riley
Tim Shane Tim Shane ... Vincent
Kenyon Holmes Kenyon Holmes ... Thug
Shawn Devorse Shawn Devorse ... Harry Delgato
Hollie Stenson ... Loan Officer
Kate Kemp Kate Kemp ... Woman at ATM
David Jewell David Jewell ... Robert Bishop
Chip Joslin ... Blackjack Dealer
Jessica Osborne Jessica Osborne ... Design Store Clerk
Mirelly Taylor ... Bank Representative (as Ruth Osuna)
Phil Harrington Phil Harrington ... Bartender


Dylan Hewitt is a young, desperate gambling addict plummeted into financial ruin. That is until a strange, anonymous caller - who happens to know every intimate detail of Dylan's life - offers a unique solution to his problems. Lured by the promise of easy money and the beauty of an enigmatic woman, Dylan enters a lurid underworld of counterfeiters and con artists, where he becomes the unwitting pawn in a scheme far more elaborate and ruthless than he could have ever imagined. Written by Innuendo Films

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Haze: Just remember, Hewitt: a man needs only to be turned around once with his eyes shut in this world to be lost.
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Fans of the "surprise" movie, this one's for you!
18 March 2001 | by cinefreak8378803See all my reviews

This movie rocks! Low-budget, unconventional, gritty.and totally satisfying! In the realm of independent suspense thrillers, `Hall of Mirrors' is a welcome addition with its clever writing and edge-of-your-seat pacing.

You can't help but be swept up in the plight of Dylan Hewitt, a compulsive gambler who can't seem to get a break. The quintessential anti-hero, Hewitt's misjudgment gets him involved with a gang of `counterfeiters' and a devious femme fatale who seize upon his predicament and manipulate him into doing their bidding. Then, in the pit of desperation, Hewitt discovers a secret that unravels a complex con game and brings the film to its gripping climax.

Fans of the `surprise' movie, this one's for you. Nothing more can be said without spoiling the plot, but `Hall of Mirrors' will definitely take you for a ride. Hats off to the filmmakers for making an ultra low-budget thriller that really delivers, right down to the very last shot!

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31 January 2001 (USA) See more »

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Dallas, Texas, USA See more »

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