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Country: USA, Language: English, 86 mins

Original Title

  • Director: Stephen Stahl
  • Writer: Anthony C. Hipple
  • Producer: Pina Hipple; Timothy G. McMurtry

CGiii Comment

Some people were born not to go into the film industry - here they all are...in one film.

The Hipples are a joke - Stahl is a hack - really, there should be a law against making this junk.

This is pollution.


The(ir) Blurb...

Consequences introduces us to Max, Jimmy, Norm, Nick and Jason at the age of eighteen. Friends since early childhood, they have bonded deeper than natural brothers. As eighteen-year-old men, we share with them their dreams, loves, and friendships as well as life's hopes and frustrations. We, once again, meet them at age forty and learn how their lives have unfolded as we experience their marriages, strengths and disappointments. Together they are capable of celebrating with each other their emotions in an open and honest fashion. The group is together now on their annual football weekend, this year in Philadelphia. While bonding and enjoying the vibrant nightlife, they become separated only to find a darkness they have never known. It becomes a struggle of life or death. The friends find themselves disconnected from each other but ultimately gain a stronger respect for one another than they ever thought possible.

Cast & Characters

Ernest E. Brown as Dealer;
Chris Cannon as Norm;
Marques Chaney as Moose;
Dave Cooperman as Tipper;
Gina Maria Destra as Maria;
Jennifer Flint as Club Dancer;
Effie Hortis as Sophia;
Nicholas Kattar as Max;
Nicholas Joseph Kattar as Max;
Evy Lutzky as Cindy;
Melissa Marino as Party Girl;
Paul Marron as Jason;
Nicole Nocintino as Amber;
Adam Ratcliffe as Nick;
Michael Tranzilli as Jimmy

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