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Shattered Day (2005)

A bank robbery is about to take place. We follow everyone involved in the robbery, the bank manager, the security guard, the robbers, the tellers, up to the moment when guns start blazing ... See full summary »

Director:

Serge Rodnunsky

Writer:

Serge Rodnunsky
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Cast

Credited cast:
Matt Baron Matt Baron ... Carl
Lisa Catera Lisa Catera ... Carla
M. Devon Dunlap M. Devon Dunlap ... Anthony (as Marlon Dunlap)
Jennifer Lynn Evans Jennifer Lynn Evans ... Cleo
Jermaine V. Hatley ... Gerald
Donna Simone Johnson ... Rachel
Declan Joyce ... Paul
Melina Madsen Melina Madsen ... Grace
Rebecca Meyer Rebecca Meyer ... Linda
Octavian Miles Octavian Miles ... Tre
Dalia Phillips ... Teri
John Reno John Reno ... Tom
Courtney Richardson II Courtney Richardson II ... Forest
Michael Rubenstone ... Rick
Stacey Scheller ... Jack
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A bank robbery is about to take place. We follow everyone involved in the robbery, the bank manager, the security guard, the robbers, the tellers, up to the moment when guns start blazing on the botched attempt. In the flurry of bullets we suddenly flash back and follow each of their twisted lives - everyone is jaded by greed and willing to betray their friends and lovers to keep from getting caught. In this fast paced action thriller we find every moment counts and nothing is what it seems on what will be a Shattered Day. Written by Anonymous

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Taglines:

A Botched Heist, Too much cash, Too little time.

Genres:

Action | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 May 2005 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Budget:

$150,000 (estimated)
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Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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Tough, gritty film with a conscience
24 July 2005 | by cheemoSee all my reviews

Couldn't help but reflect that this is a film with a Rodney Collin like premise where "1 unit of positiveness reflects 100 fold, 1 unit of negativeness reflects 1000 fold ... when we turn negativeness into positiveness the result is 2000 fold" ---- really timely in the underbelly of today's world of domestic and international violence ---so this film doesn't immediately engage and struggles to keep you, as is the case with many ensemble pieces, YET the skill of the filmmaker keeps you hanging around --- the killer pace, the gritty angles, harsh locations --- and then 1/3 into the film you realize you're liking the characters and their ultra heavy matter. And it makes sense and it's not so coincidental they've collided with one another .... and how refreshing when loyalty and unconditional love burst up through the thick crust of life --- and the mirror does reflect light.


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