The GristleDirector: David Portlock
David Portlock's darkly comic film about race, The Gristle, concerns a pair of struggling medical technicians who get a moonlighting gig to deliver kidneys to a Senator. Complications ensue when a drug deal set to go down in the same place and at the same time leads to the wrong deliveries being made to the wrong groups of people. Soon the pair of kidney/i>… See more details below
David Portlock's darkly comic film about race, The Gristle, concerns a pair of struggling medical technicians who get a moonlighting gig to deliver kidneys to a Senator. Complications ensue when a drug deal set to go down in the same place and at the same time leads to the wrong deliveries being made to the wrong groups of people. Soon the pair of kidney deliverers hatch a plan to get the drug money all for themselves.
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- Warner Home Video
Cast & Crew
|Eugene "Geno" Taylor||Actor|
|Jason Scheff||Score Composer|
|John Shea||Production Designer|
|Eugene "Geno" Taylor||Producer|
|Joseph Stanley Williams||Score Composer|
1. The Setup [12:31]
2. Smooth White Boy Says [10:42]
3. Welcome to the Motel [10:00]
4. Are We on or Not [11:44]
5. Not in My Job Description [9:09]
6. I Think They've Figured it Out [6:42]
7. We've Got A Problem [6:25]
8. Illegal Substances [6:33]
9. Back at the Hotel [10:26]
10. The End of A Perfect Day [7:47]
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This movie is great! The dialogue is great! The movie really focuses on the trouble with stereotypes, especially racial ones. Eight culturally diverse con men meet at hotel lounge to buy/sell two kidneys and a cadaver filled with cocaine. All they know about the party they're supposed to meet and trade with is their race. Unfortunately it all goes wrong! If you like Quentin Tarrentino or Guy Ritchie's films, you'll love the Gristle! This movie is fast paced! Excellent film!
I loved this movie. I will watch again and again. Classic one liners. Must see for movie lovers.