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Identity Theft (2007)

An ex-con turned writer struggles to find inspiration without stealing personal effects to fuel his fiction.

Director:

Bailey Kobe

Writer:

Melissa Gage

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Cast

Credited cast:
Cameron Bass-Jackson Cameron Bass-Jackson ... 'Celine' Drag Queen
Ritche Lago Bautista Ritche Lago Bautista ... Prison Guard #2
Greg Bryan ... Prison Guard
Patty Bustamente Patty Bustamente ... Dancer's Legs
Delta Delta ... Herself
Sydney Greathouse Sydney Greathouse ... Jewels
Paul Haitkin ... Cop
Frederic Imbert Frederic Imbert ... Musical Director
Lara Janine Lara Janine ... Musical Director's Wife
Sarah Kate Johnson ... Jackie
Scott Kaske ... Daisy Mae / Steve Jenkins
John Keating ... Head of Parole Board
Britten Kelley Britten Kelley ... Beatrice
Christian Omari ... Cashmere
Mihai Peteu Mihai Peteu ... Drag-Queen
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Storyline

The story follows Jimmy "Goldfingers" Recenello, a pickpocket-turned-writer who finds literary riches in the personal effects that he lifts. Under the gun from the law and his publisher, he returns to his old ways - stealing from the rich and famous to uncover the dirty little secrets that sell out checkout-stand tabloids. Ultimately, he faces the same dilemma of anyone interested in pop-art as a career: Do I create what people want to see? Or is there another path to success? Written by Bailey Kobe

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In this country, if you're poor, you're worse than a criminal See more »

Genres:

Short | Drama

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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 June 2007 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Budget:

$30,000 (estimated)
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

4-Track Stereo

Color:

Color
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Against the Ropes
Written by Paul Freeman
Performed by Paul Freeman
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