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Blue Collar Boys ()


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When a greedy developer forces his father's business into debt, Charlie "Red" Redkin must take revenge. Red and his friends will do whatever it takes to save his family. Their American dream... See more »

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Red
Bruce Kirkpatrick ...
Senior
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Gene
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Ira
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Nazo
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Slim
Joshua Paled ...
Mason
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Irish (as Shane Kearns)
Sonja Stuart ...
Patty
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Samantha
Tiffany Ellen Solano ...
Marisol
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Thaddeus
Mark Konrad ...
Councilman George
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Detective Reilly
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Mrs. Steiner
Gerard Ender ...
Luis
Joe Pacillo ...
Daultry
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Dr. Zanger
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Dr. Dicksteen
Richard Buonagurio ...
Robert
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Vince Genova
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Building Inspector
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Mrs. Stone
Perry Facchiano ...
Club Owner
Adam Buller ...
Pyper Finnegan
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Ryan
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Python
Kevin Orr ...
Arresting Officer
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Tim
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Mrs. Dicksteen
Nicole Chessin ...
Ashley
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Gwen (as Dani Hendry)
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Doctor McKenzie
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Vincent Ceres ...
Michael
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Edwin Cantwell
Ed Kreutle ...
Arresting Officer (uncredited)

Directed by

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Mark Nistico

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Mark Nistico ... (written by)

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Adam Buller ... co-producer
Alex Haney ... line producer
Tommy Keelen Monahan ... line producer
Mark Nistico ... producer
Michael Nistico ... co-producer

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Joe Lapinski

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Ian Dudley

Film Editing by

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Mark Nistico

Editorial Department

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Jason Britton ... digital cinema mastering
Kevin Davidson ... colorist

Makeup Department

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Darragh Cimis ... makeup artist
Jessica DiFranco ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Michael Nistico ... unit production manager

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Eric Goodwin ... second assistant director
Austin Murray ... first assistant director

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T.V. Alexander ... set dresser
Adam Buller ... storyboard artist
Stanton Prescott Hunter ... props (as Stanton Prescott)

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Andrew Chung ... foley artist
Christopher Low ... sound mixer / sound recordist
Brian Randazzo ... adr engineer
Timothy Somers ... boom operator / sound recordist
Dante Winkler ... re-recording mixer / sound designer

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Kevin Davidson ... colorist
Brian P. Dean ... visual effects artist (as Brian Dean)

Camera and Electrical Department

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David Anthony ... key grip
Clayton Combe ... second unit: director of photography
Alexa Harris ... gaffer
Franziska Schirmer Lewis ... first assistant camera
Christopher M. Novak ... grip
Tommy Oceanak ... grip (as Tom Oceanak)
Dennis Pornel ... still photographer
Charlie Rodgers ... best boy electric
Zachary Schaefer ... best boy
Zack Schaefer ... best boy grip

Animation Department

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Matt Archibald ... animator

Music Department

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Adam Buller ... music supervisor

Transportation Department

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Dave Hermann ... transportation coordinator

Other crew

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Stanton Prescott Hunter ... script supervisor (as Stanton Prescott)
Maribeth Mullen ... production assistant
Fallon Parrish ... production assistant
Chandler Poling ... publicist
Alex Rodriguez ... production assistant
Katrina Rossos ... script consultant
Michelle Zelazny ... production assistant

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Tired of the daily grind, construction worker Charlie "Red" Redkin (Gabe Fazio, The Place Beyond the Pines) and his lifelong friends are fed up with the fight for money. When ruthless developer Gene (Ed Setrakian, The Sopranos) and his greedy son Ira (Lev Gorn, The Americans) force the construction business run by Red's father Senior (Bruce Kirkpatrick, The Wire) into debt, desperation and rage twist into a relentless need for revenge. As the pressure of a foreclosure threatens his family's home, Red and his friends are propelled into a life of crime to get cash fast. But when the deceit and corruption become too heavy a burden, "the boys" are pushed to the edge. Together, they are faced with a dilemma that will test their morals, faith, and ultimately, their loyalties to each other. In a world that refuses to let the workingman thrive, they want a better way. Their American dream was stolen, but they will steal it back. Written by Anonymous

Taglines Steal back the American dream See more »
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Also Known As
  • Blue Collar Boys (United States)
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  • 93 min
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Trivia WINNER Best Picture (Micro-Budget) - Toronto Independent Film Festival 2011. See more »

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