The noir thriller Break is out on DVD today, featuring David Carradine in one of his last performances.
The film, written and directed by Marc Clebanoff (The Pink Conspiracy), revolves around an introverted hit man named Frank, who is contracted to carry out an unusual job. When the city’s crime boss, known only as The Man (Chad Everett), discovers that he’s terminally ill, he enlists Frank to carry out his own assassination. The Man, selfish and jealous, doesn’t want to die alone and makes it clear to Frank that he must also take out the woman he loves. When Frank discovers that The Woman (Sarah Thompson) is his own long lost lover, Frank alters the job making himself the next mark. Riddled with dark humor and visual spectacle, an action-packed chain of events ensue as Frank and The Woman take on the enemies set out before them while attempting to free themselves from The Man’s jealous grip.
Break stars Frank Krueger (The Pink Conspiracy, Man Versus), Sarah Thompson (Angel, 7th Heaven), Chad Everett (Mulholland Drive), Michael Madsen (Reservoir Dogs, Free Willy), Mackenzie Firgens (Groove, Rent, The Hamiltons), David Carradine (Kill Bill), Charles Durning (Tootsie, Dog Day Afternoon), Matthew Jones (General Hospital), James Russo (Donnie Brasco, The Ninth Gate) and martial arts master Xin Sarith Wuku. The film is produced by Joseph Isgro, Dan Michaels, Luca Palanca and Marc Clebanoff.
Check out the trailer for Break below.