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Dirty Lies (2017)

An under-appreciated intern entrusted with a million dollar necklace races to find out which of his money hungry room-mates betrayed him as he battles a desperate criminal duo bent on stealing.

Director:

Jamie Marshall

Writers:

Jamie Marshall (co-writer), Matthew L. Schaffer (co-writer)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Mark L. Young ... Josh
Scout Taylor-Compton ... Stacey
Tania Raymonde ... Amber
Beau Knapp ... Viggs
Lili Simmons ... Michelle
Jesse Medeles Jesse Medeles ... Del
Keith David ... Doc
Bryan Callen ... Brian Campbell
AJ Michalka ... Tiffany
Aqueela Zoll ... Catherine Campbell
Francia Raisa ... Officer Ramirez
Troy Evans ... Crawford
Katrina Begin ... Chloe
Doug Haley ... Dougie
Kevin Porter ... Vito the Biker
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An under-appreciated, over worked assistant entrusted with a million dollar necklace races to find out which of his friends betrayed him, as he battles a desperate criminal duo bent on stealing the necklace. Reminiscent of a classic, yet modern 'Hitchockian' thriller, with multiple plot twists and turns, audiences will be glued to the screen trying to figure out who is Guilty... who is Innocent... and who is a little of both.

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Living the dream will cost you.


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TV-14
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 June 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Guilty Innocent See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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Budget:

$1,000,000 (estimated)
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The film was advertised on the side of a bus in the movie The Foreigner. See more »

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Late to the party 90s style Taratino copycat
2 July 2017 | by a_chinnSee all my reviews

Weak crime film about an underling who's entrusted with a million dollar necklace, but then loses it. He then has to figure out which of his shady roommates took it, while also trying to survive a couple criminals who invade their domicile. This film felt like one of those awful late 90s Tarantino copycat films that followed "Pulp Fiction" (i.e. "2 Days In The Valley," "Lucky Number Slevin," or any innumerable amount of direct- to-video dreck). Absolutely nothing to recommend here.


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