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Albino Alligator

Rating:R
Genre:Comedy
Release Date:January 17, 1997
Running time:105 minutes
Cast:Matt Dillon, Gary Sinise, William Fichtner, Joe Mantegna, Faye Dunaway
Director:Kevin Spacey

Description: On the run from a robbery gone awry, three small town criminals--Dova, Milo and Law--speed through a federal stakeout and crash their getaway car. They take refuge in the first place they find--Dino's Last Chance Bar, a perfectly maintained watering hole from the Prohibition era with an important distinction--there's only one way out. Before they can figure out their next move, the trio find themselves surrounded by the police, the media and a determined ATF agent, and are forced by circumstnace to remain in the bar alone with five patrons--Janet, Dino, Danny, Jack and Guy. This cat-and-mouse story follows these characters as they discover the choices they must make, and find that those choices can be as unsettling and perilous as life itself.

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