Internationally renowned actor from James Bond, Goonies and Die Hard joins cast of Lynchian thriller, "One In The Gun".
HOLLYWOOD, CA– It’s a scorching afternoon in the middle of California’s high desert and the tall, striking, multi-award winning actor Robert Davi strides onto the legendary 4-Aces film set, to kick off filming director/writer Rolfe Kanefsky’s latest flick, “One In The Gun”. Davi’s creation of the devilish noir character Vincent, comes with absolute fluidity: an ex-con with a penchant for axes whose penetrating laughter is as sinister as his stare.
Instantly recognized from both film (“James Bond: License To Kill”, “Goonies”, “Die Hard”, and “Hot Chick”) and television (“Profiler”, “Stargate: Atlantis” and “Huff”), Davi, has been very successfully touring the festival world with his feature film directorial debut “The Dukes” while filming David Zucker’s “An American Carol” with the all-star cast of Kevin Farley, Kelsey Grammer, Jon Voight, Dennis Hopper, Leslie Nielsen and Kevin Sorbo and locking down his role in Max Ryan’s “The Hunchback” with John Rhys-Davies.
“One In The Gun” (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1217059/) revamps the classic noir genre with a modern flair, while paying tribute to such masters as Billy Wilder (Double Indemnity), Lawrence Kasdan (Body Heat) and David Lynch (Mulholland Dr.). A deliciously dark tale of one man’s desperate spiral into an endless, personal hell; private investigator Mickey Lewis (Steven Man) discovers that it only takes “One In The Gun”. Can Mickey stay focused on his mark? If he pursues love over logic, can he win this game of manipulation against a femme fatale that knows no bounds?
Davi joins cast members Steven Bauer (“Scarface”, “How The Garcia Girls Spent Their Summer”); Steven Man ("Savage Island," "Augusta Gone"); Katherine Randolph ("Jarhead," "Black Ops"); Robert Donavan ("Nightmare Man") and James Russo ("Donnie Brasco," "Beverly Hills Cop" and Michael Mann's upcoming "Public Enemies" starring Johnny Depp).
“One In The Gun” writer/director Rolfe Kanefsky whose credits include “Blonde & Blonder” (First Look/Rigel), “Nightmare Man” (Lionsgate), “Jacqueline Hyde” (Warner), “The Hazing” (MTI) has teamed up with Director of Photography Gigi Malavasi, and producers Michelle Czernin von Chudenitz, Esther Goodstein and Miriam Bertke, projects a Spring 2009 release.
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