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Running Scared (6-Jan-2006)

Director: Wayne Kramer

Writer: Wayne Kramer

Keywords: Action/Adventure

A small-time criminal tasked with disposing of a gun used to perform a dirty deed runs into serious trouble after he loses possession of his goods.

ABSTRACT
Joey Gazelle, fresh-faced criminal looking to make his way up the ladder of organized crime by performing various jobs for individuals above his place in the food chain, is assigned the task of making a gun used to kill a dirty cop in a drug deal gone wrong "disappear" so that it cannot be used as evidence in a trial. Big problems with Joey's mission arise when the gun in question is stolen by his son's best friend and used to shoot the young boy's abusive stepfather, forcing our man to set out on a violent journey through his city's criminal underworld to retrieve the weapon after learning of the stepfather's connection to the Russian mob.

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Michael Cudlitz
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Vera Farmiga
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Johnny Messner
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Ivana Milicevic
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Elizabeth Mitchell
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John Noble
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20-Aug-1948   Dr. Walter Bishop on Fringe
Chazz Palminteri
Actor
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Paul Walker
Actor
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