Kill the Poor Movie Review 2006

Information and Film Reviews for Kill the Poor the Movie

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When Joe's wife becomes pregnant, it's clear that their marriage of convenience will suddenly take emotional root and they'd better grow up, right now. Rather than moving out of their New York squatter building in the Lower East Side, Joe decides to become its co-op president, fighting off crackheads with a baseball bat and sleeping in the lobby as night security. Dark comedies normally only work if the comedy part is exercised. This one needs to lighten up. Labor of love for director Alan Taylor, who struggled to adapt Joel Rose's tragicomic novel for 15 years.

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Not Yet Released

Available on DVD
Running time 84 minutes.
Originally from United States.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Real Estate, Marriages of Convenience, Pregnant Pauses, New York, New York, Period Piece: 1980s, Immigration, Black Comedy, Urban Drama, Family Drama
Screenplay
Daniel Handler
Cast
David Krumholtz, Clara Bellar, Paul Calderon, Larry (Lawrence) Gilliard, Jon Budinoff, Cliff Gorman, Damian Young, Heather Burns, Otto Sanchez, Zak Orth
Cinematography
Harlan Bosmajian
Director
Alan Taylor
Music
Michel Delory, Anna Domino
Other
David Ryan, Malcolm Jamieson, Marie Abma, Rick Butler
Producer
Ruth Charny, Lianne Halfon, Russell Smith, John Malkovich, Gary Winick, InDigEnt/IDC Prods., InDigEnt, Mr. Mudd

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