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Johnny Graham, raised by the Torino crime family after the death of his parents, is repeatedly torn between loyalty to his adoptive family and his conscience. When Anthony Torino, the volatile heir-apparent, turns his deadly sights on the DA prosecuting him for the cold-blooded murder of his own cousin, Johnny is finally moved to act. Despite his role as family accountant, Johnny is quite the marksman. He convinces a reluctant Anthony into letting him eliminate DA Elizabeth Jones. Johnny's plan to simply warn her instead is thwarted by the arrival of a pair of Torino family goons sent to supervise his first hit. The ensuing shootout leaves Elizabeth wounded, one goon dead, and Johnny arrested. Johnny rolls on Anthony and enters the Witness Security Program. Shortly after Anthony is arrested, he escapes and contacts his mole to get the locations of Johnny and the others who were going to testify against him. When Vince, Torino family hit-man and Johnny's lifelong friend, shows at the ...Written by
Bollynickers is an idiot and doesn't know what they're talking about, check out the other reviews by this person. They have NO clue as to what goes into making movies and if they had been involved with this one, maybe they would appreciate the blood,sweat and tears that went into it. This was a low budget movie with some quality casting that did a fine job with what they had to work with. Even the Union thought this movie was way in excess of what should be achieved on this budget as they tried to shut it down (one of the first films EVER that they walked away from with nothing as the producer was also very honest with the book-keeping). The writer was also the producer and director and so had to work 3 times as hard to bring to the screen what was in all honesty adapted from a very badly written and indulgently self published book. I was part of this movie and was on set everyday and saw the crap that the director had to put up with. 80+ cast and crew members are proud of the work they did. OK you didn't like the story, do your research before leaving such negative reviews, check out the budget, check out the locations, study the photography, try to appreciate what was done with so little. Look for the writer/directors other credits, i.e. The Courage to Love , all the TV work. There are also years of ghostwriting which can't be listed on here, TV shows, books, movies, scripts.
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