Arthur Herring (Mike Starr) is the mayor, priest and mortician in a quaint small town nestled in the mountains of New Mexico. He and his brother, Vincent (Jude Moran), are well-respected pillars of the community. Arthur and Vincent once agreed to safeguard fellow mortician Lloyd's (Christopher Lloyd) rare coin collection worth a small fortune while he served time in prison, but when Lloyd is released and requests that his coins be returned, the brothers hatch an elaborate scheme to keep his treasure for themselves.
In the final scene, Chief Markle is fishing with his line wrapped around the pole between the reel and the first guide. Only people on the set who have never been fishing would not notice this. See more »
Worth watching. "Making of a Killing" is twisted tale of intrigue based on a real-life small town murder mystery. Christopher Lloyd plays an aging sex-offender who gets released from jail and returns to find out the town's mayor has double-crossed him. Hats off to Director Devin Hume for capturing this engaging story-line of why some small-town secrets are better left buried.
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