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Film was completed in Summer of 2009 and seeking distributor.
16 May 2017
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Four small time criminals plan a robbery of an illegal underground casino but their robbery hits a snag as two bored college kids steal their getaway car mid heist. This throws them into a frenzy as it hindered their getaway and allowed the owner of the casino, Marcus, to catch a glimpse of them and thus seek revenge by putting a hit out on them with ruthless loan shark Duke. Unbeknownst to the robbers, Duke bankrolls the casino operation. The robbers also borrowed money from Duke to play in the casino to get the scope of the place. Also in the wrong place at the wrong time was Nikki, a hot shot poker player who put it all on the line trying to build a nice nest egg. Having lost all she had in the robbery, she is now forced to work as a waitress while dreaming of what might have been, and eager to get back at the tables for a game she can't afford to lose. To add even more drama, the car was a loan from shady drug dealer Stokes, who was in turn borrowing it from his boss. The theft ...
Stealing A Car Raises Questions. Everyone's Going To Want Answers.
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The criminals' hideout was actually two different locations. The interior of the hideout was shot in producer Tim Biasi's garage, while the exterior (as seen in the shot where Dean walks out to meet Stokes) was shot outside director Joe Ferraro's garage. This was not originally planned. The original plan was for the long walking shot of Dean and Stokes to begin as soon as Dean leaves the hideout and was to follow him out the door down to the field. However, the filmmakers didn't put two and two together and realize that the playground was near Joe Ferraro's property and not Tim Biasi's (where the interior shots had always been planned to be filmed) so the shot could not be as continuous as they had hoped. See more