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Tramps (2016)

A young man and woman find love in an unlikely place while carrying out a shady deal.


Adam Leon


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Credited cast:
Callum Turner ... Danny
Grace Van Patten ... Ellie
Michal Vondel ... Darren
Mike Birbiglia ... Scott
Margaret Colin ... Evelyn
Louis Cancelmi ... Jimmy
Mariola Mlekicki Mariola Mlekicki ... Ola
Rachel Zeiger-Haag ... Vinessa
Dane Martinez Dane Martinez ... Russell
Jeszenia Jimenez Jeszenia Jimenez ... Felicia the Restaurant Manager
Tarina Milo Tarina Milo ... Lily Weirengo
Jamund Washington Jamund Washington ... Gregory
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Caesar Barajas Caesar Barajas ... Atlantic City Cop
Miguel Cervantes ... Bartender
Elleen Hannah Elleen Hannah ... Ticketing Lady


A young man and woman find love in an unlikely place while carrying out a shady deal.

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Comedy | Romance


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Release Date:

21 April 2017 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Mala e os Errantes See more »


Box Office


$2,000,000 (estimated)
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At the train-platform Danny accidentally exchanges his suitcase with the wrong bag. As a result they have to find out who the person is who has his suitcase and try to get it back. However at the end when they eventually retrieve this suitcase it is still not the suitcase that he should have received at the train platform in exchange for his suitcase and thus not the right suitcase to deliver to the "client" See more »

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A Romcom that's not so strong in just two rather important areas.
19 June 2018 | by richard-fieldhouseSee all my reviews

Danny's family - just him, his mother and brother - are Polish immigrants living in New York - definitely not the smart side of town. Isolated from the society around them by the mother's poor English, the family has clung together with a claustrophobic intensity. Danny (Callus Turner) is repressed, dominated and desperately naive. His brother - more worldly wise and more than a little nasty - ropes Danny into taking his place in an over-complicated bag-carrying caper.

Ellie (Grace van Patten) has been hired as the driver for the job. An ex waitress at strip joint, she has lived too much life too soon. She's wise beyond her years, but also a little embittered by what has been thrown her way. When the bag switch goes awry, the pair have to work together to try and retrieve the mysteries contents.

While these characters are beautifully drawn, Danny is so naive that at times he's a slightly uncomfortable to watch. Perhaps he's just a little bit too naive for the good of film as an entertainment. As result, this is a romcom which is a rather light on both romance and comedy - but interesting nonetheless. Maybe it's a "drama".

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