- Actors: Michael Biehn, William Petersen, Leo Rossi, Paul Winfield, Kristian Alfonso
- Directors: Nick Vallelonga
- Writers: Nick Vallelonga
- Producers: Nick Vallelonga, James Quattrochi, David Allen Cluck, Larry Estes, Penny Perry
- Format: NTSC
- Number of discs: 1
- Run Time: 99 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- ASIN: B0001H9EQ8
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #166,129 in Movies & TV Shows (See Top 100 in Movies & TV Shows)
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In The Kingdom Of The Blind
From the back cover-An intense psychological drama with an all-star cast, IN THE KINGDOM OF THE BLIND, THE MAN WITH ONE EYE IS KING is a story of family loyalty, betrayal and redemption. Police detective Al Scarano's idyllic lifestyle is suddenly jarred one night when he receives a telephone call from mobster Tony C. beckoning him to New York's Little Italy. The brother of a Mafia boss has been killed in his own home and Al's estranged brother Rudy was seen escaping down the street with two friends. Now the mob is after the trio and they want Al's help. Despite the desperate pleas of his wife Jeanna, Al decides to risk his own life in order to save his wayward brother.
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The opening sequence showed great promise - until you realized that none of the dialog had anything to do with the movie and that none of the characters were ever seen again. As far as I could see, it had no connection at all. There was lots of emotion, and that emotion was well played by the actors throughout, but they gave you the emotion and later you got the story behind it, so you couldn't understand the emotions at the time they're occuring. And the worst fault of this movie is that there really is no point or plot. It was really quite frustrating to watch.
There was one bright spot to the movie and that was William Petersen's performance. Granted, the point of the character wasn't well established, nor important, but it was a character unlike any other I've seen him play and frankly, if I wasn't looking right at him the whole time, there is no way I could have realized it was him. As a contrast to the rest of his work, it was the best display of the versatility and talent William Pertersen has to offer as an actor. He is truly underrated. I'm just suprised he would be involved in a project this weak.