Driving drunk, Thomas Reed causes a car crash, fatal for his wife, and gets jailed for 5 years. Yet he feels like punishing himself afterward by moving to Californian small town Purgatory Flats, where he works as a humble barman. Suddenly he witnesses a shooting and volunteers to help the wounded Owen Mecklin, whose brothers Dean and Randy drag him further into their own crime life. Owen's sexy wife Sunny seduces 'Doc'. Local detective Travis McGill gets their trail. But treason proves the gravest luring danger.Written by
Cast (in order of appearance): Natalie (Amanda Foreman) See more »
In the beginning of the film, Thomas is convicted of, among other things, involuntary manslaughter. Later he tells Sunny it was vehicular manslaughter.. See more »
why wasn't Easterling and Gildersleeve mentioned in the original music soundtrack?
4 Wheels Down produced a song called "Another Drunk Phone Call" that appeared in the opening scene in the movie. Why was it not listed in the credits? This band has produced 5 of it's own records, with great music, and yet no mention is made in the credits. All of their albums, written and produced by Steve Easterling, have received great reviews, though not in the mainstream music scene yet. I thought that all music, regardless of the length in the movie, must be listed in the credits. It is a shame that 4 Wheels Down, or Easterling and Gildersleeve are not mentioned so that anyone that hears the music can find their own copy of the entire album, or at least a copy of the song.
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