Zigs (film)

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Zigs
Directed by Mars Callahan
Produced by Andrew Molina
Byron Werner
Written by Mars Callahan
Doug Klein
Starring Jason Priestley
Alicia Coppola
Mars Callahan
Jeremy Blackman
Dinah Manoff
Richard Portnow
David Proval
Peter Dobson
Karen Dior
Kane Picoy
Justin Jon Ross
Narrated by Kane Picoy
Music by Micha Liberman
S. Unger
Cinematography Christopher C. Pearson
Edited by Michael Chaskes
Distributed by Lions Gate
Release date(s) 2001
Running time 93 min.
Country United States
Language English

Zigs is a 2001 English language drama starring Jason Priestley, Peter Dobson and Richard Portnow and directed by Mars Callahan. The film received an R rating by the MPAA. It was also released under the title Double Down.

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The film is about four young compulsive gamblers wasting their lives on booze, broads and bookies.

David (Jason Priestley), the heavy-drinking ladies man

Mike (Kane Picoy), a degenerate gambler

Cory the Jersey Jinx (Peter Dobson)

Brett (Justin Jon Ross), the guy who tells every girl he loves her on the first date.

When they find themselves in debt to a psychotic Christopher Walken obsessed hit man (Mars Callahan) they come up with a radical plan to get out of debt with a fixed game.

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