The Final Goodbye (2018)

While investigating a rash of kidnappings, an aging detective encounters mobsters and two shadowy characters from his past who drag him into a deadly game.

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Robert Swanson
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Robert Swanson Robert Swanson ... Harry Nyte (as Eddy Mars)
Mark Mayo Mark Mayo ... Hans Kesserling
Danny Bass Danny Bass ... Siedrich Kohlmann
Robert Shumay Robert Shumay ... Bobby Darrow
Rhonda Kisel Rhonda Kisel ... Lisa Stromberg
James Boyle James Boyle ... Alberto Scalise
Suzy Milano Suzy Milano ... Susan Stromberg
Jenny Norton Jenny Norton ... Cynthia Stromberg
James R. Smith James R. Smith ... Anton Stromberg
Joel Anger Joel Anger ... Jake Sturman
Jeff R. Anger Jeff R. Anger ... Myer 'Nimbles' Shotsky
Hanisha Hall-Pursley Hanisha Hall-Pursley ... Ella Kishman
Lenny Harris Lenny Harris ... Ezzard Kishman
Jimmy Kovach Jimmy Kovach ... Nacky Gant
Tina Goldfarb Tina Goldfarb ... Amy Diehl
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While investigating a rash of kidnappings, an aging detective encounters mobsters and two shadowy characters from his past who drag him into a deadly game.

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Genres:

Crime

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 May 2018 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Cleveland, Ohio, USA

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Budget:

$150,000 (estimated)
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Micro-budget Indie Period Piece
10 September 2018 | by tatalovicSee all my reviews

Cleveland, 1961: Nazi criminals, mob, detectives, shady characters... And a lot more in this micro-budget independent film from Ohio. It's rare that someone attempts to produce a period piece on minimal indie budgets, but these guys did. And it's good! An engaging story featuring several funky-crazy-strange characters - in pursuit of "stolen paintings worth millions of dollars"... The film has good cinematography (incorporating some archive footage in a very clever way), superb visual effects, an original music track, and solid performance by its key players on the screen. Very good production (set) design, using old props, historical vehicles, and little elements that are not-so-easy to find on this budget. Overall, it's a pleasant indie surprise from Cleveland's underground film scene.


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