When three very different people (Mike Baldwin, Will Haza, Ali Lukowski) from three completely different worlds begin a deadly game of Russian Roulette, they soon discover that their pasts are a trilogy of overlapping events that have brought them together for one last session of group therapy.
What goes around, comes around.
Did You Know?
Frank Latini, a friend of Myers' father, gave Director Erik Kristopher Myers
a copy of John Waters
' Female Trouble
(1974) when he was fourteen, introducing him to no-budget Baltimore-based film making. The film had a major influence on Myers, and introduced him to prolific character actor 'George Stover', who plays the prison chaplain who walks 'Divine' down the last mile at the end of Female Trouble. Myers finally had the opportunity to work with Stover on Roulette as Dr. Temple. The day Stover's scenes were shot just happened to be the day Frank Latini cameoed in the support group. See more
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