Synopsis: Kate and her brutish boyfriend Big Al sell handguns on the streets of New York. She's smart, stylish, and self-confident, but all that leaves her when Al, in a jealous and self-indulgent rage, beats her. Three friends encourage her recovery: Vic, a woman who would like to be Kate's lover; Reilly, who runs with Al but also is attracted to Kate and repulsed by Al's violence; and, Liz, the counselor assigned to Kate from a battered-women's program. Vic and Reilly talk about killing Al, Liz gives pep talks; Kate remains frightened. Will Al's menace and Kate's dependency hold sway?
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Director(s): Gary Lennon
Production: Media Talent Group
101 min

Big Al has a huge cock.

I'm serious. I'm not fucking with you.

Thing...thing is humongous.

Okay, it's like-

Looks like it's got little arms

and legs and shit. Looks alive

Like I could put it over my shoulder

and burp it, know what I'm saying?

It's like a plumbing tool or something.

The first time I saw it...

I was like:
"Put that thing away.

You ain't coming near

me with that monster. "

But you know Big Al, you know...

He just kept

coming at me.

Y'know he, he looks at me and he says:

Hey, you think you can handle that?

Huh? Think you can? Huh?

I mean ...

It was like ...

I mean look, I'm competitive, right?

I was, I was in competitive

gymnastics in high school.

So, y'know, I took another look at it.

And I was like:
well, I could

have a hell of a time trying.

You know?

I mean,

we had great sex.

Y'know, I'm talking about

'tie me up to the bedpost ...

with your dirty sweatsocks'

sex, you know what I'm saying?

You know. Big Al

's king of the neighborhood.

Look, you can say what you want about

him, Big Al is a great f*ck.

Al, what's up?

Sing it.

Hey listen, I got some ...

new toasters and some track

suits back at the house.

Sign me up.

- Where the f*ck is Reilly?

- Haven't seen him.

Whoa, careful there, baby.

Hey, baby.

- Hey, Sarge.

- Where is he?

Over there.

That mope?

- I thought I told you no mopes.

- You said you wanted customers.

I got you customers, all right?

Don't worry about it. He's clean. snssn checked him out.

Go make us some money.

Wait here, okay?

How you doing?


Hey, where you from?

- Long Island.

- Really?

What can I do for you?

I want a gun.

What are you, a fucking asshole?

You wanna say that a little fucking louder?

You wanna broadcast it around the island with the fucking news?

- Sorry.

- Huh?

Where on the Island?

Ice Peak.

- Islanders or Rangers?

- What?

The Islanders or the fucking Rangers.

What are you, a fucking moron?


- Rangers?

- Yes.

Is this a fucking interview??

I just want my 45.



- Enough!

- F*ck you!

- What is it?

- He's clean.

You got no guns.

-You came in too early.

-Too fucking early?

That's right.

- You fucking knew what you were supposed to do.

- I did what I was supposed to do.

Hey, you got this? Huh?

Now get your fuckin hands off

my fuckin dick and get out of here

Before I fuckin file a harassment suit, you

Fucking fag

bisexual fucking Village People.

Get the f*ck outta here.

Get outta my bar.

- Motherfucker!

- I'll fucking get you!

We'll fucking get you!

Kiss my dick, you

fucking prick!

Get the f*ck outta my bar!

See ya.

You're hot, Baby.

- Yeah?

- Sexy.

Let's Get Away

resolve an issue.

Big Al

He was always trouble.

Ever since he was born.

Motherfucker! Fucking how?

- What did I do?

- I thought you said you and had him checked out!

- We did have him checked out.

- What, together, you in on the set up or something?

C-section, y'know. 48 hours of labor.

Fucking kid!

He was never no good!

I shoulda never had him.

You can't fuckin run an

organization like this, ok?

It's sloppy.

It's for amateurs.

You gotta-- you gotta plan these things right.

What organization are you talking about, Al?

He never comes home for the holidays.

I mean, it's Thanksgiving, y'know,

But you're not gonna find him here. No.

No sense of family.

No sense of loyalty.

I, I don't know what... I don't know

what went wrong with him. I...

I didn't smoke during my pregnancy.

I didn't drink, y'know. Not a drop.

Beer and wine, but

that's okay.

I'm sick and tired of it, God!

Hey! What are you doing?

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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