In the world of organized crime, power remains the ultimate factor. Two of New York's most powerful families will collide in this urban drama.

Director:

Steve Rahaman

Writer:

Steve Rahaman
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Cast

Credited cast:
Charles Parshley Charles Parshley ... Richie Marone
Nigel Harvey Nigel Harvey ... Ceasar 'Smash' Benton
Frank Merlino Frank Merlino ... Don Vito Terreli
Evan Feldman Evan Feldman ... Geo Camani
Martina Asparusova Martina Asparusova ... Nicole Sweden
Taofiq Ibrahim Taofiq Ibrahim ... Tank
Nick Campanile Nick Campanile ... Phil Maccarone
Lino Del Core Lino Del Core ... Geogio Scalero
Tommy Clohessy Tommy Clohessy ... Tommy Balls
Steve Rahaman ... Stevie Cats
Ben Randazzo Ben Randazzo ... Detective Arlone Messorelli
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Brian Alevis Brian Alevis ... Angelo Perry
Shawn Austin Shawn Austin ... Club Dancer (as Shawn Austin)
Brandon Butcher Brandon Butcher ... Smash Security
Jose Kike Castillo Jose Kike Castillo ... Bodyguard
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Storyline

Two of New York's most powerful families will collide in this urban drama. When Don Vito's mafia family is threatened by Brooklyn's most powerful street king, Caesar "Smash" Benton, a turf war will decide the fate of each others empire. Vito begins to recruit new members, taking in Richie, the son of his former right hand man. While falling deeper into the web of the mafia, Richie begins to reassess his goal of killing Vito; the man who murdered his father, over the love of respect he earns from the "family". Prepare yourself for an intense story of drama, romance and war. Written by Steve Rahaman

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When families divide, empires must fall. See more »

Genres:

Crime

Certificate:

Unrated

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Trivia

Associate Producer Tommy Clohessy choreographed the end fight scene. See more »

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A tripod can be seen in the background of the wooden house scene. See more »

Crazy Credits

A final surprise scene plays after the credits roll. See more »

Alternate Versions

The Directors cut is 9 minutes longer than the theatrical cut of the film. See more »

Connections

Follows Queens Bound (2008) See more »

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great mob movie
10 June 2010 | by mrbeamonSee all my reviews

This is a very good movie. I suggest it for all mob movie fan's you won't be disappointed.All I can say is that you'll watch it more than once..The characters were all acted out beautifully, there were exciting part's sad part's a full range of directing talent and acting talent as well. Evenhtough it was done on a small budget it didn't diminish the picture one bit.... I can't wait to see the writers other mafia titles.It's time for the mob movie to make a come back and BLOOD LINE fits' in there perfectly among the many excellent mafia titles beginning to spring up throughout the movie industry.I look forward to watching it again and am glad I could add it to my movie collection.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 December 2010 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Christmas Day 3: Blood Line See more »

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Budget:

$80,000 (estimated)
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Technical Specs

Runtime:

(director's cut) | (theatrical)

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital (RCA Sound System)

Color:

Color (HD)

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1 / (anamorphic)
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