749: A Juan Booms Film (2011) - Watch Online. Directed by John Espinal

Genres Crime     Drama     Short     Thriller    
Director    
Writers John Espinal (writer)
Cast    
Country USA
Language English
Runtime 8 min
Plot Marcello Rodriguez has just been released from serving an eight year sentence for Armed Robbery and First Degree Assault. His cousin Jay Matas has a score lined up a few hours away. The Phantom and his crew are on their way, with 600 Hundred thousand dollars in a black leather duffel gym bag. Marcello's longtime girlfriend has been seen around town with Jay. She hasn't told him yet. it is now 6: 24 pm.... search for 749: A Juan Booms Film on IMDb

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    Directed by John Espinal. With Bivina Gomez. Marcello Rodriguez has just been released from serving an eight year sentence for Armed Robbery and First Degree Assault. His cousin Jay Matas has a score lined up a few hours away. The ...

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