Spanish Judges

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Spanish Judges
DVD cover of the movie Spanish Judges.jpg
DVD cover
Directed by Oz Scott
Produced by Betsy Chasse
Richard Mann
Matthew Lillard
Written by William Rehor
Starring Matthew Lillard
Vincent D'onofrio
Valeria Golino
Mark Boone Junior

Tamara Mello
Music by Harold Wheeler
Edited by Martin Hunter
Distributed by Collectors Film LLC
Release dates October 16, 2000 (UK)
June 29, 2000 (Japan)
Running time 97 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Spanish Judges is 1999 direct-to-video crime drama film starring Matthew Lillard and Vincent D'Onofrio. In Australia, the film was released under the title Ruthless Behaviour.

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Jack (Lillard) is a con artist who sets out to enlist a couple to help him with a scam. Jack eventually meets up with two petty criminals, Max (D'onofrio) and Jamie (Valeria Golino). Max is a small time thief with high aspirations and low self-esteem, while Max's hot-tempered girlfriend Jamie collects poisons. After a game of cat and mouse, the couple agree to help with Jack in exchange for a piece of the action. Jack's scam involves recovering mysterious stolen merchandise, known as the Spanish Judges, and a briefcase containing a million dollars. With a buyer all lined up, Max and Jamie enlist their friend Piece (Mark Boone Junior), along with his girlfriend Mars Girl (Tamara Mello) for extra help. As the situation explodes, allegiances are tested and the slippery nature of the truth is finally revealed.

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