A case of mistaken identity leaves Darrien Walcott holding the bag on twin brothers twenty thousand dollar debt to low-rent drug dealer. He has until the end of the day to come up with the cash.




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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Darrien / Travis Walcott
Rohn Cinelli ... Mason Rampart
Alexander Hedquist ... Alex Belber
Anthony Cogliandro ... Gage Craydon
... Jared Winters
Danielle Samson ... Andrea Meadows
Chanelle Camire ... Fallon
AnnMarie Shimanoski ... Sunny / Becca
Dennis Pinto ... Durden
Katie Grealish ... Marla
Dom Portalla ... The Customer
Mirza Causevic ... Rupert
R.A. Southern ... Old Drunk / The Weatherman
Matt Cogliandro ... Bouncer
Mike Bernis ... Lackey


Duality is a micro-budget crime/comedy surrounding an unusual case of mistaken identity. Ken Flott stars as Darrien Walcott, an unmotivated, alcoholic loser who's going nowhere in life. To make matters worse, he has yet again been confused for his identical twin brother, Travis (also played by Flott). After learning of his brothers twenty thousand dollar debt owed to low-level drug dealer, Gage Craydon, (first time actor, Anthony Cogliandro) he's informed that the debt is now on his head and he's only got until the end of the day to come up with the cash. With the help of two of Gage's thugs, Mason & Alex (Rohne Monte & Alexander Hedquist), Darrien will set out to retrace his brothers steps and slowly learn that there's always two sides to every story. What ensues is a day-in-the-life of disorganized crime. Written by Dom Portalla

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twins | drugs | sex | See All (3) »


There are two sides to every story.


Comedy | Crime



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2 June 2006 (USA)  »


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$10,000 (estimated)
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Did You Know?


When asked, Darrien tells Sunny (the prostitute) that his name is "Holden Caulfield". "Sunny" is the name of the prostitute that Holden Caulfield hires in "The Catcher In The Rye". See more »


Gage Craydon: You got the shit?
Mason Rampart: Yes and no.
Gage Craydon: How the hell can you resolve a question with two opposite answers?
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Spoofs Say Anything... (1989) See more »

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