When TROY turned on crime boss DMITRI DEBARTOLLA he was forced to leave Los Angeles and lay low in Miami. After two years, and the loss of his leg in a shootout with a Cuban crime syndicate... See full summary »

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Geo Santini

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Jason Hice (story), Geo Santini (story) | 1 more credit »
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Erik Palladino ... Troy
Tyson Beckford ... Al (as Tyson C. Beckford)
Simon Rex ... Pete
Tatyana Ali ... Jessie
Raymond J. Barry ... Dmitri
Yancey Arias ... Hector
Frank Sivero ... Sal
Noel Gugliemi ... Chino (as Noel Guglielmi)
Kristof Konrad ... Yuri
Douglas Spain ... Manny
Danny Arroyo ... Danny
Leticia Castillo ... Luci
Rigo Sanchez ... Flaco
Nick Gomez ... Davey
Emiliano Torres ... Noel
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When TROY turned on crime boss DMITRI DEBARTOLLA he was forced to leave Los Angeles and lay low in Miami. After two years, and the loss of his leg in a shootout with a Cuban crime syndicate, Troy returns to LA to reclaim what is rightfully his. A reunion with his former partners in a rundown hotel sets the stage for an explosive encounter where past and present collide. Written by Anonymous

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Loyalty...Betrayal...Revenge.


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Huh-- is this a narco-película?
2 May 2010 | by winopaulSee all my reviews

I wonder if this is a movie funded with drug money. Lots of drug money since the production values are very good. Unfortunately the drug must have been a cocaine meth speed-ball, since it is near impossible to tell what the heck is going on. The movie hops around in time and the same bad guy is after the same protagonist so it is hard to tell current events from flashbacks. There was lots of gratuitous violence and you could almost hear the "chop, chop, chop.....snooooorrt, hey lets have him shoot that place up too." If they just financed the movie instead of meddling with the plot, story, and dialog, this might have been much better. The had great acting and cinematography that was ruined by the story. Dopers, who really cares if they kill themselves? The dopers think they are cool, but they have been losers for 2000 years and all the snazzy camera work and good audio can't make it interesting.


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25 July 2008 (USA) See more »

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