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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.

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Brad Osborne

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Brad Osborne
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Eric Vale ... Dylan Hewitt (as Eric Johnson)
Julie Arebalo ... Mara Payton
Patrick Jordan Patrick Jordan ... Alex
Halim Jabbour 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
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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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The game of deception has but one rule: There are no rules. See more »


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

31 January 2001 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Dallas, Texas, USA See more »

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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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good first film...great premise
11 December 2005 | by Virago6See all my reviews

Great story line. crude body special effects, but understandable on a No budget film. I love how the film maker, Marc Pilvinsky, plays the "repent" homeless man. His sign, "The End Is Near" may just be telling us literally that the film will end soon, or figuratively, that for the main character, his demise is preeminent.

As a part of his emergence as a young gun film maker, Marc Pilvinsky and crew are beginning to explore much of human behavior. With enough time and money, conflict can be see as more than Man versus another Man, and Man versus Himself.

This is a good movie to whet one's appetite for Piulvinsky films.

He'll be a big time director in no time...


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