Confessions of a Hitman (1994)

Director
Larry Leahy

Main cast
James Remar; Emily Longstreth; John Snyder; Michael Wright; Al Israel

Genres
Drama, Crime

Description
A former hitman named Bruno steals some cash from his mobster uncle. He plans to go to Tahiti, but things go wrong and he finds himself headed for Vegas via Death Valley in a comandeered airport limousine, pursued by his uncle's henchmen and accompanied by a limo driver and an enigmatic blonde.


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