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Zeyda and the Hitman (2004)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Judd Hirsch ... Gideon Schub
Gil Bellows ... Jeff Klein
Mercedes Ruehl ... Esther
Conrad Dunn Conrad Dunn ... Valenti
Reagan Pasternak ... Natalie Klein
Danny Aiello ... Nathan
Onalee Ames Onalee Ames ... All-or-Nothing Producer
Damien Atkins Damien Atkins ... Fisk
Albert Chung ... Derective Woo
Ernesto Griffith Ernesto Griffith ... Detective Wilder
Louis Kliman Louis Kliman ... Myron
Paul Lachance Paul Lachance ... David
Nathaniel Lachance Nathaniel Lachance ... David
Jane Luk ... Dr. Sakamoto
Richard McMillan Richard McMillan ... Superintendant
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Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 June 2004 (Canada) See more »

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Running with the Hitman See more »

Filming Locations:

Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

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The trailer for this film was voiced by Ron Harper, a voice talent in Ohio See more »

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TV version is typical movie of the week
1 June 2004 | by jrkishSee all my reviews

The producer of this film is also my Film Production professor at the University of Western Ontario (UWO). He showed our class a nearly final cut of Zeyda and the Hit-man intended for television here in Canada. The film itself wasn't too bad, but for the television edit, absolutely awful (and unnecessary) bookends were added. The bookends (used to transistion to and from commercials) are a typical narrative tool wherein Danny Aiello's character is lecturing some "troubled youths" as to why a life of crime is a not-too-wise idea. Trouble is that these kids are awful actors, and their reactions to The Hit-man's story are absolute crap (wait for that applause...). Yes, the producer was my professor and a damn nice guy (bought the class beer after the last class), but his films are far from perfect.


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