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Burning Daylight (2010)

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Three Wall Street bankers, Two Thieves, and One Klondike Millionaire are betrayed, manipulated and exploited by the efforts of One Ruthless Woman.

Director:

Sanzhar Sultan

Writers:

Jack London (story), Sanzhar Sultan (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Robert Knepper ... Burning Daylight
Paul Calderon ... Hughie Luke
Adrian Cowan ... Joanne Setliffe
Sanzhar Sultan ... Jim (as Sanzhar Sultanov)
Christopher DeMeo ... Matt
Guy Castonguay Guy Castonguay ... Nathan Letton
Joseph Taylor Joseph Taylor ... Leon Guggenhammer
Mark Molnar Mark Molnar ... John Dawsett
Jay Ould Jay Ould ... The Butler
Steven L. Bird Steven L. Bird ... Wall Street Analyst
Rick Cordeiro Rick Cordeiro ... Radio Host
Lou Israel Lou Israel ... Dale
Quinton Neufeldt ... Reporter #1
Len Greenaway ... Reporter #2
Paul Kingston ... Reporter #3
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Storyline

Part I depicts the lives of two low-life thieves enjoying a post-heist euphoria and the subtle, ever-spreading rivalry. Part II depicts the mind game between a manipulative, wealthy woman and a seemingly inane, poor thief. Part III depicts the duel between a millionaire with a heinous past and the elegant masterminds of the Wall Street game. Written by Jack

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For One To Win, The Other Must Lose

Genres:

Crime

Certificate:

TV-MA
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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 March 2012 (Kazakhstan) See more »

Also Known As:

Natural Born Thieves See more »

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Budget:

$250,000 (estimated)
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Runtime:

(DVD)

Color:

Color
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Greed
1 July 2014 | by cekadahSee all my reviews

Too bad the actors were greedy with their acting and the director must have been asleep. This movie looks more like a rehearsal for a bad stage play than actors performing before the camera.

Here we have three stories that deal with greed and deception and thats it. The point of any connection between the three stories is forgotten or is suppose to be summed up in the three book titles seen on a table between acts.

The movie really doesn't seem to have any goal and would have been a television show way back in the 1960's --- maybe.

I wonder why I watched all of it.


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