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The Bill Collector (2010)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Crime, Drama | 3 September 2010 (USA)
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Lorenzo Adams works at a bill collection agency in Norfolk. When an old debt of his own suddenly comes, Lorenzo has less than three weeks to payback $150,000.

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Cristobal Krusen
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Credited cast:
Danny Trejo ... Frankie Gutierrez
Gary Ray Moore ... Lorenzo Adams (as Gary Moore)
Brandon Hardesty ... Iggy
Ron Kenoly Ron Kenoly ... Pastor Kevin
Elizabeth Omilami ... Wanda
Tom Ohmer ... Stan Davenport
Kera O'Bryon ... Ramona
Tamara Johnson ... Therese
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Drew Annen Drew Annen ... Scooter Guy
Evan Atwood Evan Atwood ... Mime 2
Rafael Barreiro Rafael Barreiro ... Leopold
Lawrence Boyd Lawrence Boyd ... Johnny Jenkins
Chauncey Browning Chauncey Browning ... Production assistant
Daria Burrows Daria Burrows ... Tameeka
Paul H Chapman ... Diner
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Lorenzo Adams is in trouble. While working at a bill collection agency in Norfolk, VA an old debt of his own suddenly comes due when Frankie Gutierrez, an L.A. loan shark, shows up at his door. With less than three weeks to payback $100,000 and Frankie's enforcer, Omar, shadowing his every move, Lorenzo cooks up a plan to pay his debt by scamming the collection agency and an inner-city mission. Neither Omar or the people from the mission are what he expects and Lorenzo's scheme doesn't work quite as he plans. Written by Kenneth Altman

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Your money or your life

Genres:

Comedy | Crime | Drama

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After Lorenzo pushes Omar in the water, Omar gets out of the water and goes after Lorenzo and his clothes and hair are dry, in the Church Omar's shoes are the only part of him wet. See more »

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Leit-motiv du 'Panthée
Music written by Erik Satie
Performed by Fred Meggs
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A 'must' if your business is Accounts Receivable
6 January 2018 | by tim-42783See all my reviews

My business is Accounts Receivable and I have delivered collection training in 25 different countries over the same number of years. I viewed this film different than most, not just as entertainment, but as enter train ment. Many jokes are made in the business of receivables of collecting with a baseball bat and a gun. However, the most effective techniques used in the movie, by those who had once been down and out themselves was 'listening' and 'empathy'. It is worth viewing the film just to enjoy the approach used by the former literature professor, now debt collector, quoting Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's, "The Villiage Blacksmith". The film is about redemption, but to me, not so much the main character, but all of us, who but for fortune could be in the same situation as the clients of 'Lump Sum Collections'. Could some of the acting have been richer or more nuanced. I suppose so, but don't let that get in the way of your enjoyment and the message.


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3 September 2010 (USA) See more »

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El recaudador, un camino a la redención See more »

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