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The Gray Man (2002)

Irish Assassin Declan Finn must confront his dark mentor from his past and end the corruption of a small New England town.


Bill Askew, Jeff Hirbour


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Cast overview:
Jeff Hirbour Jeff Hirbour ... Declan Finn
Dan Hannon ... Le Morte
Will Macdonald Will Macdonald ... Cliff Robertson
Whitney Avalon ... Liza Duncan
Angelo Fierro ... John Robertson
Adam Hirbour Adam Hirbour ... Brian McCartney
Mary Dunlavey Mary Dunlavey ... Mrs. Maguire
Aaron Moberger Aaron Moberger ... Young Declan Finn
Vic Clay ... Cockney Thug
Christine Scaplen Christine Scaplen ... Maureen Finn
John Tarantino John Tarantino ... Franklin
Elliott Askew Elliott Askew ... Seamus
Mike Conti Mike Conti ... Thug #1
Mark Gamsey Mark Gamsey ... Salvatore Bianco
Chris Melvin Chris Melvin ... Thug #2


Irish Assassin Declan Finn commits to a final job in a small New England hamlet after his mother's murder. Arriving in the town to uncover a conspiracy that leads all the way back to City Hall. Complications arise when the town's mayor solicits the services of Finn's sadistic former mentor, Le Morte. With the help of local reporter Brian McCartney, Finn is forced to confront his past in order to find his future and reveal the dark truths lurking at the upper echelons of a seemingly tranquil town. Written by jeffhirbour@yahoo.com

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Action | Crime | Drama





Release Date:

13 October 2002 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Atlanta, Georgia, USA See more »

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Hirbour received 22 stitches on his left arm after and off-camera mishap during production. See more »


Le Morte: Cliff, do I sound Irish? Cliff, do I sound like some rune-saluting, clover-sniffing Goddamn Celt to you! Do I sound like I belong in the shadow of that sheep-schlepping whore, do I Cliff?
Cliff: No.
Le Morte: Then is everyone in New England a goddamn moron or did you just find me the only one.
Cliff: No. We still have plenty of stupid people up here, especially in Vermont.
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Great Film
7 March 2005 | by golfman2000-geoSee all my reviews

These guys are talented. Salvador Bianco is the most well-played evil character since the butcher in Gangs of New York. A very thrilling movie to watch. Look out for these guys at film festivals. The movie has the plot, it has the action, and it has the substance. This film stands alone in its portrayal of mafioso hooligans trumpeting their toughness, roughing up other hooligans, running the scene in a post-modern, sardonic, and quasi ironic feauliance. This film stands unmatched with the exception of the Godfather I and II. Special effects were out of this world for a student produced, low budget film. clearly the crew was capable of making a lot out of a little. In conclusion, this is a must see film, that is has minimal problems and a huge upside. Big up and coming talents!

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