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A classically-trained martial artist goes to work as a debt collector for the mob. The job seems easy enough, until one "client" pulls him into a situation deeper than could ever be expected. Also starring Louis Mandylor, Michael Pare, Tony Todd and Vladimir Kulich. Directed by Jesse V. Johnson.Written by
Sometimes you start up something which looks like a b-movie and after the first five minutes you start to think: "oh my, i hope this gets better. But since i've invested five minutes already, let's give it a try".
And then the seemingly weak film turns out to be rather strong and provides solid entertainment to the very end.
This is the case for the debt collector.
Give it 10 minutes and you get several strong and interesting characters delivering a believable and engaging performance.
The overall story arc is kept rather simple which leaves lots of playroom for the actors to fill out their respective position. Which they do. You get the feeling they liked their roles and the overall premise and history of the characters to be played.
Goofs: In the beginning something must have gone wrong and they overdubbed all the audio and voices in post. Which sounds very off. But this ends after the initial scenes.
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