The Man (1998)

In this low budget independent 90 minute feature film, which was shot in New Jersey and New York in 1998, there are strange things simmering under the calm facade of a typical suburban town... See full summary »

Director:

Joe Malone

Writer:

Joe Malone

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Tom Wilson Tom Wilson ... Sue The Man Marcus
Pat Cioffi Pat Cioffi ... Pete Navarro
Pam Malone Pam Malone ... Mom McFadden
Joseph Lawrence Malone Joseph Lawrence Malone ... Dad McFadden
Lucas Birmelin Lucas Birmelin ... Liquor
Otis Malone Otis Malone ... Waldo McFadden
Joe Malone ... Jeff White Death McFadden
Carrie Audino ... Waitress
Rocco Savastano Rocco Savastano ... The Chef
David O'Conner David O'Conner ... The Kingpin
Gib Von Bach Gib Von Bach ... Gun dealer
Cathy Cardiello Cathy Cardiello ... Psychiatrist
Robert Saint George Robert Saint George ... Bartender
Marcia Wilson Marcia Wilson ... The Man's mother
Diana Frank Diana Frank ... Woman in rap video
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Storyline

In this low budget independent 90 minute feature film, which was shot in New Jersey and New York in 1998, there are strange things simmering under the calm facade of a typical suburban town. A drug dealer, "The Man", who lives in a plant shaded house on Tree Stump Lane, is doling out drugs to the local youth, including a young man named Waldo McFadden. This is the starting point for a comedy of errors that ensues in this eerie twitching land of tortured souls each mired in their own mental machinations. Nobody gets what they want and not everyone survives to tell the tale. Written by Joe Malone <thejoje@yahoo.com>

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Sometimes settling in suburbia is like settling into madness.

Genres:

Crime

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Details

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 May 1998 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Leonia, New Jersey, USA

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Budget:

$10,000 (estimated)
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Color:

Color
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Trivia

The scene inside the Grand Union near the end of the film was shot without permission. The actors met at aisle 7 and shot it as quickly as possible. No one from management even noticed. The store was closed for business a number of years later and demolished. See more »

Soundtracks

Pipeline
Written by Bob Spickard (uncredited) and Brian Carman (uncredited)
Performed by The Chantays
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