Dark Streets (2008)

Director
Rachel Samuels

Main cast
Gabriel Mann; Bijou Phillips; Izabella Miko; Elias Koteas; Jarreth J. Merz

Genres
Drama

Description
Chaz Davenport is a dashing bachelor who owns what promises to become the hottest new nightclub in town--if only the lights would stay on. Surrounded by the sumptuous blues music he adores, and with his pick of the gorgeous women who perform their sensual dance numbers onstage every night, Chaz is the envy of every man.


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