A Shot at Redemption (2012) - Watch Online. Directed by Dominick Monteleone

Genres Action     Drama     Short     Thriller    
Writers Dominick Monteleone
Dominick Monteleone (story)
Dominick Monteleone (writer)
Country USA
Language English
Runtime 15 min
Plot ... search for A Shot at Redemption on IMDb

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  • A Shot at Redemption (2012) - IMDb

    Directed by Dominick Monteleone. With Michael R. Bowser, James O'Shea, Talon Reid. A young man without direction is lured into a life of crime and given his first job as a hit man.


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