In 1997, William Lee was diagnosed with systemic Lupus. As part of his treatment, he was given chemotherapeutic medicine. While under chemotherapy, he wrote the bulk of the film's script,often creating entire sequences in the midst a medically induced haze. See more »
mafia type film. good story, lots of action and plot twists.
Lots of action and comedy mixed in with this film. Story revolves around an extremely atypical mafia type and his relationship with his "family". Loyalty trumps all. And if you screw with one of the family you will suffer the consequences. Anticipating some character development with any character who actually survives this film if the director pens a sequel. There are some themes involved which may shock you----including nuns. Hope that doesn't qualify as a spoiler. I was impressed with the performances of actors/actresses including but not limited to William Lee (don't 'f' with this guy), Tiki Von Synthe (she's just mean), John Jonczy (motive driven), Steven A. Guynn(hilarious) Myra Zimmerman Grubbs (gorgeous), Corum Sanford (future star if not there already), Sherrie Allen Bowen-Slutzky (somewhat devious), Lola Magdalene Scott (tempting), Louis Banks(champion---look him up), and others involved. I might be mistaken, but I think I also saw some established Hollywood staples like Mel Novak and one of the Estevez boys as a cameo. I would be remiss if I didn't mention Bill Koruna and Harlow Keith's scenes. Every time those two showed up on screen I couldn't help but to literally laugh out loud. For goodness sakes, how can you have a character named Dingleberry and not just laugh. Merry Christmas.
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