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Scammerhead (2014)

A Global Film Noir with dark comic elements about Silas Breece, a legendarily unorthodox business hustler who travels the world seeking capitol from bizarre investors, mobsters and ... See full summary »

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8 wins & 7 nominations. See more awards »

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Wyndham Bawtree
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Dongren
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Imby Sarnus
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Ian Fragmont
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Beldon Fenisher
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Franz Exelmans
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McCraster
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Turra (as Kasey Ryne Masak)
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Vico Accrosti
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Dr. Herman Dantine
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A Global Film Noir with dark comic elements about Silas Breece, a legendarily unorthodox business hustler who travels the world seeking capitol from bizarre investors, mobsters and government officials for a series of increasingly elaborate projects. Written by Anonymous

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3 April 2015 (USA)  »

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Shot for a period of over 7 years in over 30 international locations. See more »

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Silas Breece: High Net Worth, High Risk Tolerance, Low Boredom Threshold - that's what we're after - that's a Party Boy...
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Europa!
Written By: Dan Zukovic
Arrangement: Neil Burnett
Vocals: Christina Zaenker and Kat Burnett
Mixed By: Neil Burnett
Remix: Kyle Hudlin-Whelan at Black Tuna Recordings
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Fascinating Global Neo Noir
11 April 2018 | by See all my reviews

This film might not be for more mainstream Hollywood formula movie fans, but I found it very entertaining. A very different sort of indie film, with it's own special dialogue style and tone. Apparently an extremely long shooting schedule over many years in numerous cities (Havana, Tokyo, Berlin, Vegas, amongst many others) also creates a unique visual style (a kind of global neo noir) for a clearly small budget indie. Kudos for a fascinating extended desert sequence. It's also quite funny in spots. An interesting look at a very American hustler figure, with some surprising twists (moment to moment I really couldn't anticipate where it was going).

There are also memorable moments from some seasoned performers. (The director, Dan Zukovic, was nominated for "Best Performance" at the Florida film festival where I saw it). I look forward to seeing it again on VOD or DVD.


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