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Bonus features include a complementary short film, Director's Statement, and Bio, amongst other features.
Good story, great acting.
A young woman, Adrianna, about to be married and in need of cash for the marriage, offers her fiancé, known as the Turk to challenge Jacob the strongest man.
All I gotta do is watch 10 minutes of just about any hollywood main stream movie and I can tell you what is gonna happen, and to who and how it will end.
Wow, such a good movie with great directing and acting for what is ultimately (in the States at least) a totally unknown film with unknown actors. Read morePublished 27 days ago by A customer
Not a whole lot of action. The plot of the story gets drawn out over the whole movie. So, it's not real fast moving along but it does a pretty good job of telling the story and... Read morePublished 6 months ago by ConsumerReport
Good story, great acting. Has elements of comedy and a plot that keeps you guessing to the end. Very good movie!Published 6 months ago by R. Mead
An almost perfect movie! One of those little known gems, and a real find. Videos on Amazon provide the chance to see what would otherwise be lost. Read morePublished 6 months ago by bonita cee
What an exciting enjoyable thrill of a story !
I will not spoil it for you by revealing what happens....it is a life as it goes on !
This is a 6 star film. . The intrigue and humour never misses a beat as the manager fixes things for his chump with a world-weary cunning. Read morePublished on October 23, 2012 by .fgd
Hollywood does not make movies like this.
-- hmmm, not main stream. All I gotta do is watch 10 minutes of just about any hollywood main stream movie and I can tell you what... Read more
Good, not great, take on attempting to hustle the rubes when you're well beyond your glory days and things just don't go as smoothly as they ought.Published on November 24, 2011 by Michael Harbour