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Kurt steals the cars, and Larry, a shady chop-shop owner, sells them. But, Kurt's life soon becomes complicated by offbeat romance and professional competition.

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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mark DeMicco ...
Larry
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Bob
Philip Lakin ...
Kurt
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Joe
Tom Mika ...
Valet
Igor Murilo ...
Business Man
Maya Murilo ...
Restaurant Patron
Rhyan O'Leary ...
Claire
Sarah Perney ...
Claire (Teenager)
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Emilie
Butch Sherman ...
Police Officer
Ricky Soto ...
Teenager

Directed by

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Nicholas J. DeMicco

Written by

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Nicholas J. DeMicco ... (writer)
 
Ryan D. Moore ... (writer)

Produced by

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Melanie DeMicco ... executive producer
Nicholas J. DeMicco ... producer
Igor Murilo ... executive producer
Omar Portilla ... producer

Music by

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Karel Antonín

Cinematography by

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Steven Mastorelli

Film Editing by

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Kaitlyn Plum

Editorial Department

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Monika Kolodziej ... digital intermediate colorist
Steven Mastorelli ... digital intermediate colorist

Casting By

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Kristi Dake

Production Design by

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Loriel Letizia

Costume Design by

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Loriel Letizia

Makeup Department

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Monika Delgado ... assistant / production assistant

Production Management

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Evan Dickerson ... production manager
Adam Egizi ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Christine DeMicco ... second second assistant director
Hayden Germano ... assistant director
Ryan D. Moore ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Alan Glucksman ... property master

Sound Department

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Justin Guerrieri ... boom operator
Josh Heilbronner ... sound designer
Jenna Leung ... sound mixer

Visual Effects by

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Nicholas Pietroniro ... digital effects

Camera and Electrical Department

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Christopher Chepiga ... best boy electric
Matt Cutola ... assistant camera / camera operator
Clayton Dias ... additional grip
Anthony Echo ... additional grip
Jonathan Fuentes ... camera operator
Meredith Gaito ... additional grip
Mitchell Hooper ... assistant camera
Mario Melara ... additional grip
Tom Mika ... additional grip / digital imaging technician
Nicholas Pietroniro ... best boy grip
Bryan Scuteri ... key grip
Ryen Tetzloff ... gaffer
Andrew Wodzanowski ... additional grip

Casting Department

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Nina Kharoufeh ... casting assistant

Script and Continuity Department

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Claire Fishman ... script supervisor

Additional Crew

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Christine DeMicco ... translator: sign language
Evan Dickerson ... story consultant
Anthony Echo ... story consultant
Nina Kharoufeh ... talent wrangler
Jamison M. LoCascio ... production consultant
Eric Reiner ... translator: sign language

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Paul J. Williams ... thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

A carjacker at a crossroads. Kurt (Philip Lakin) is an expert car-thief, in it for the thrill, who uses disguises in his heists, not only to blend in with the crowd, but to heighten the excitement of the job. He struggles to connect with others, but oddly enough, has an affinity for languages. Kurt works for Larry (Mark DeMicco), a father figure who runs a chop shop disguised as a mechanic's garage. However, Kurt's career is soon threatened by Joe (Austin Meehan), a lowly mechanic and aspiring car thief, who will blindly try to up Kurt at his own game, deaf to the consequences. Meanwhile, romance buds for Kurt with Emilie (Kara Rosella), a young mother with complications of her own. Kurt finds an opportunity to escape his low lifestyle and seek redemption with Emilie and her deaf daughter Claire (Rhyan O'Leary). Kurt's personal and professional life are speeding towards a dangerous intersection. Written by Plot

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  • 23 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia (Director Cameo) Nicholas J. DeMicco: At the train station. See more »
Crazy Credits Mid-Credits Epilogue Scene. See more »

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