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Glass Chin

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After going down in the fifth round, boxer Bud Gordon (Corey Stoll) bowed out of the limelight. Now residing in a fixer-upper apartment in New Jersey with his girlfriend, Bud longs for his former Manhattan glory. In an effort to get back in the game, he makes a deal with a crooked restauranteur (Billy Crudup). But quick schemes rarely bring easy pay-offs and as the consequences of his business negotiations unfolds, Bud has to make a choice between his integrity and his ambitions.

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Starring

Corey Stoll, Marin Ireland, Kelly Lynch, Yul Vazquez, Billy Crudup

Directed by

Noah Buschel

Written by

Noah Buschel

Country Of Origin

USA

Language

English

Los Angeles Times

"Punchy dialogue, sharply drawn characters and excellent performances fuel Glass Chin"

Variety

"Pure pulp poetry"

The Playlist

"Assured and featuring across-the-board strong performances"

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Assassin

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The Clan

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