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Cast: Nathan Tymoshuk, Andreia Mororo, Mike Borka,Anjel White, Brandon Van Vliet, Amanda Day, Douglas Sidney, Ryan Kiser, Jessica Van Vliet, Eric McCulloch
A gritty crime drama about the interconnecting lives of drug dealers, criminals, cops, a washed up actor, a sociopath and an innocent man and woman all on a deadly collision course with each other.
"In Harm's Way" follows multiple characters whose lives converge in a world where no one can be trusted. Ian and Tory are in deep trouble after a killing so they decide to use Michael and his girlfriend, Shea as scapegoats in order to protect themselves. When drug boss J. Markeaur finds out that a large about of drugs have ended up in the wrong hands he wants those responsible to pay with their lives. The boss has more to contend than just the missing drugs, there is also a cop who is looking to take him down for personal reasons and there's his psycho brother who leaves a mess no matter where he goes.
"In Harm's Way" is a complex crime story with at least nine different characters all converging on one another, you would think that the story would get a bit messy and confusing but Director, John Karsko does a great job at keeping all the pieces lined up. The story is full of interesting characters and there is plenty of action and enough twists along the way to keep you engaged the entire time. It's best not to talk about the plot much because by doing so I would only ruin the film for those waiting to see it but I can tell you that this is a potent crime film that is definitely worth your time
I'm not going to point out any one actor here as a stand-out because the film is an assemble piece and everyone did a terrific job playing these complex characters. If you like a good crime story then I highly recommend checking this one out, there's so much to like here and the story really delivers on everything you want from the genre. "In Harm's Way" is going to quickly gain a following on home video once the word gets out, this is one of the better crime films I have seen in some time and I applaud everyone that was involved in the making of it.
Released by Maverick Entertainment
**** Out Of *****