Dirty Dead Con Men (DDCM) is a cool and dangerous, neo-noir crime film that revolves around the disturbed lives of two unlikely partners: Mickey Rady, a rogue undercover cop and Kook Packard, a smooth and charismatic con man. Together they rip off those operating outside of the law - for their own personal gain. But things go awry when one heist sucks them deep into a city-wide conspiracy, leaving Kook framed for a crime he didn't commit, and Mickey set-up for a gang hit, gone bad. With the FBI patiently waiting for them to slip - can they trust each other to the end? Now the duo must find out who's conning them - to protect themselves, and the ones they love.
In a world full of criminals...what difference do two more make?
Did You Know?
The three 70's rock/funk songs playing in the film, were from a band called Casablanca in the early 70's. Kevin Interdonato's father was a Bassist in the local NJ group, and Kevin grew up listening to the old Casablanca record as a child. When the time came to find Music for DDCM, Kevin approached his father about it, and they reached out to the owner of the 70's band. This reunited his father Dennis, and Singer/Sonwriter Terry Fabrizio after 45 years. Terry graciously gave his consent to use these never released songs, not even owning copies of them himself. The single record was the only remaining recording of Casablanca, and it will live on forever in Dirty Dead Con Men. See more