Days of Wrath

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For the 2013 Korean film, see Days of Wrath (2013 film).
Days of Wrath
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Directed by Celia Fox
Written by Mitchell Kapner
Michael Markee
Starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan
Laurence Fishburne
Wilmer Valderrama
Jesse Garcia
Taye Diggs
David Banner
Rick Ross
Brandon T. Jackson
Music by Graeme Revell
Cinematography Steve Fierberg
Release date(s)
Running time 94 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Days of Wrath is a 2008 drama film starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Laurence Fishburne and Wilmer Valderrama. The film is directed by Celia Fox, and written by Mitchell Kapner and Michael Markee.

Plot[edit]

In the Los Angeles streets, Danny Boy (Wilmer Valderrama) is a gangster without compassion or regret. His sends his gang out to carjack a rapper (Faizon Love). However, in the process, his gang ends up killing the former girlfriend of Byron (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), a local TV station manager. The victim also happens to be the mother of Mario (Jesse Garcia), who is the leader of Danny Boy's own gang.

Byron's ambitious young reporter, Samantha (Ana Claudia Talancón), used to be involved with the local gangs, but has now cleaned up her act and lectures high school kids about the ills of gangs.

Anita (Lupe Ontiveros) is Mario's grandmother who thinks Mario is wasting his life. She also disdains Byron for the way he impacted her daughter's life.

Soon, all the gangs band together to get Danny Boy, who is smart, fearless and driven without conscience. The police are also after him. It's a race to see who will get him first.

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Release[edit]

After many delays on the release of the film, on February 25, 2014, the director and producer Celia Fox finally announced that the film would have a release late 2014. It has been confirmed that an advertising and marketing deal has been negotiated and signed allowing for promotion and release in the coming months.[3]

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