Seven Dead Men

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SEVEN DEAD MEN tells the tale of a caper gone awry. A pair of brothers, Steve and Carl (Elliott and Mitch Drury), tired of their place in the world, hatch a plot against local crime boss Peter (Chip Gubera). Little do they know that their fence Johnny's (Travis Hierholzer) big mouth and lies are about to get him in trouble with a lot more than Claire (Sydney Falkner), his part-time girlfriend. Meanwhile, Jack (Charlie Eisenbath) and Petey (Brandon Fulcher) have some unfinished business to settle. However, the schemes backfire and doom those involved.