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Streets of Syndicate, Ohio
Bordering Duplicity / The Edge of Indolence

USA 2019
produced by
William Chaffin for Few Man Crew Films
directed by William Chaffin
starring Shalie Hull, Ashlyn Porter, Seth Medlin, Brahm Corstanje, Kyle Hotz, Tommy Dishman, DeWayne Pitts, Christina Lambert, Landis Helwig, Christian Thesken, Marcus L. Simmons II, Misty M. Jump, Ray Ball, Gary Chinn, Robert Spears, John Hopper, HaRoon Khan, Calvin Mayfield, Rebekah Davidson
written by Len Smith, William Chaffin

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Small fry crook Hacker (Christian Thesken) steals a suitcase from his boss, crime kingpin Vito (Brahm Corstanje) - and before long, he finds himself running from Vito's hitman Calm (Kyle Hotz), which makes him lose his calm, and he pretty much hands the suitcase over to the first person he sees and actually knows, Lynese (Ashlyn Porter). Now Lynese was presently trying to patch up the friendship with her high school bestie Amanda (Shalie Hull), and suddenly the two of them find themselves on the run from Calm. After having shaken him for the moment, they pay a visit to Foster (Seth Medlin), a guy who knows the scene and who manages to open the suitcase for them, and it contains a winning lottery ticket. Amanda and Lynese figure they well deserve the ticket for being shot at and plan to keep it, but the whole affair gets bigger and bigger, with rivaling gangsters and the FBI getting involved, and everybody in Vito's gang apparently trying to double-cross pretty much everyone else, and soon the girls get sucked deeper into the whole story than even a winning lottery ticket would suggest - and that leaves one question, how can a lottery ticket even create such a ruckus ...


Now I have to say up front, Streets of Syndicate, Ohio was obviously made on a very low budget, and thus one can't really expect perfection on all technical details. But if you can forgive that, then you're in for a really witty gangster flick that's structured with the necessary panache to keep the audience on the edges of their seats throughout, and that features enough twists and surprises to not go dull for even a minute. And fleshed out characters delivering poignant dialogue really carry the film and make it one fun indie ride for sure.


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