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Part of the Game (2004)

Not Rated | | Crime, Drama | 3 December 2004 (Canada)
Robert (25) runs a very successful illegal business, the buying and selling of drugs. In the height of success he learns that his sister Janice (16) becomes hooked on Heroin. Plagued with ... See full summary »


Rick Alyea


Rick Alyea
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Richard de Klerk ... Robert (as Richard DeKlerk)
Jovanna Burke ... Janice (as Jovanna Huguet)
Rich Johnson Rich Johnson ... Drew (as Richard Johnson)
Heather Feeney ... Kathleen
Colin Lawrence ... Marcus
Mitra Loraz ... Dr. Calderecci
Mackenzie Gray ... Dale
Sam Easton ... Crazy Chris
Nicholas D'Angelo Nicholas D'Angelo ... Craig (as Nick D'Angelo)
Steven Holmberg ... Coach
Marilyn Jones Marilyn Jones ... Secretary
David Haus David Haus ... Drew's Father
Benjamin Easterday ... Drug Dealer
George Tvaris George Tvaris ... Rico (as George Tavaris)
Jacob L. Adams Jacob L. Adams ... Thug (as Jacob Adams)


Robert (25) runs a very successful illegal business, the buying and selling of drugs. In the height of success he learns that his sister Janice (16) becomes hooked on Heroin. Plagued with the ability to maintain his business or help his sister in her most trying time, Robert must choose what is most important in his life. Filled with family rivalry and the quest to do the right thing, Robert may have gotten himself in too deep this time. It's all just Part of the Game. Written by R.Alyea

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For everyone with an addiction there is hope


Crime | Drama


Not Rated

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Release Date:

3 December 2004 (Canada) See more »


Box Office


CAD14,500 (estimated)
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Did You Know?


During the fight scene at the end of the film, Robert (Richard de Klerk) actually did get kicked in the nose by Marcus (Colin Lawrence). See more »

Crazy Credits

SPECIAL THANKS TO: all of our moms...where would we be without them? To each and everyone who believed in this project and helped create something that for so long was merely a dream, a vision; but now a reality. Words cannot express my gratitude. And to my grandfather who always said that I could make the impossible, possible. I just hope I've made you proud. See more »


Performed by DV Khryst and Retsam
Written by DV Khryst
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Lousy movie
22 February 2006 | by Fictional-RealitySee all my reviews

It's my second bad rating today.

I really hate doing this, but I hate even more seeing things like "rating 8/10 by 45 votes" for one really lousy movie. I wonder who gave this votes, may be the movie crew itself?

On the Subject:

1) It's a low budget movie.

2) Unknown (at least for me) actors with bad performance.

3) No special FX, low cost cameras.

4) Long scenes from the same point of view (like the number of cameras was very limited)

Sorry, but I prefer a well done stupid movie (Hollywood style) than a movie with good potential and very bad realization which is the case here. There is no excuse to make a movie without regards to any current technical standards only because it's not a Hollywood production. There are many good movies without using "state of the art" equipment, but this one is away from them. It looks like an unprofessional work to me.

I hope my comment prevents people from being misled like me by the high score here.

I really regret watching this movie. Pure waste of time.

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