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Rating:R (for strong language, drug content and some violence)
Genre:Drama, Suspense/Thriller
Release Date:November 22, 2002
Running time:83 minutes
Cast:Lillo Brancato Jr., Ice-T, Drea de Matteo, Victor Argo, Naomi Morales
Director:Abel Ferrara
Producer:Pierre Kalfon, Abel Ferrara
Writer:Cassandra De Jesus, Abel Ferrara, Scott Pardo
Distributor:Pathfinder Films

Description: It's a few days before Christmas, and a Latin American couple living in New York City are preparing and packaging their heroin for street distribution. While the wife has her qualms about the ethics of drug dealing, both she and her husband know there's plenty of money to be made in the drug trade. The couple discovers one of their lower-level dealers may be talking to the police, but they soon have a bigger problem to deal with when the husband is kidnapped and held for a huge ransom.

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