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December, 1970. A retired heavyweight champion goes into hiding from a mounting gambling debt to the mob. Holed up in a remote California desert motel, he befriends a once-famous jazz ... See full summary »

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Brennan Howard

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Brennan Howard
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Cast

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Rhomeyn Johnson ... The Boxer
Robert W. Arbogast ... The Musician (as Rob Arbogast)
Drew Richards Drew Richards ... The Manager
Timothy Taule Timothy Taule ... The Mobster
Brian Lally ... The Friend
Jackie Haigh Jackie Haigh ... The Showgirl
Ian Cataga Ian Cataga ... The Krishna
Siennan Connell Siennan Connell ... The Girlfriend
Ricardo Molina ... The Farmer
Danny Molina ... The Farmer's Brother
Jonny Vincent ... The Hustler
Melysa Houser Melysa Houser ... The Hustler's Gal
Crystal Hyman Crystal Hyman ... The Wife
Matthew Finley Matthew Finley ... Jimmy Barton
Matthew Kenna ... Commune Father
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December, 1970. A retired heavyweight champion goes into hiding from a mounting gambling debt to the mob. Holed up in a remote California desert motel, he befriends a once-famous jazz crooner, now sidelined by a heroin addiction and bad teeth. Together, the Boxer and Musician embark on a road trip to regain their former glory and start anew in Amsterdam. Written by Brennan Howard

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USA

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English

Release Date:

2 January 2008 (USA) See more »

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$20,000 (estimated)
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Blah Cubed Productions See more »
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(Director's Extended Edit)

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Color

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1.85 : 1
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"Low" was based on a play by the same name that ran in Hollywood in 2005. See more »

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The Manager: We got two icons...looking for a payday!
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A dark/funny/quirky 70's style 'Road Trip' movie
27 March 2008 | by djt80918See all my reviews

It isn't Hope and Crosby. Not Wilder and Pryor. But if a dark, strange and ironic 70's style journey into the personal hell of two very touching characters is your bag, it's entirely happening with LOW. I loved this movie. It has it all. And with just enough subtle humor to keep it all engrossing.

One of the best things about this film is the complete unpredictability of the plot and the actions of the characters. I became completely lost in that 'rabbit hole' feeling -- that these two men are destined for something unexpected, perhaps insane, and inevitably dangerous.

I just saw the DVD version of 'No Country for Old Men' and this film has that sort of compelling, fateful quality to it. You feel, after the story has completely sucked you in, that you are there with these men, trapped in this desperate world where anything can happen but won't (or will it?), where something good is around the next corner but there are no street signs to guide you to it.

This film is a must-see. Can't wait for it to come out on DVD!!!


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