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Private Detective Roland Drake has fallen on hard times but is lifted up by the arrival of Katherine Montemar. After a night of lovemaking, blood stains the sheets where Katherine slept, leaving Drake and Katherine's sister, Jennifer to navigate a web of corruption to get to the bottom of her disappearance.
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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
This is a masterpiece movie,I love this great film
Set in the 1940’s, Private Investigator Roland Drake finds himself on a dangerous missing persons case after being hired by a beautiful dame. We review the independent feature film Trouble is My Business.
trouble is my business still Trouble is My Business (2017) review
When you think about the term “independent feature film”, images of arty love stories, football hooligans and cliched horror will likely pop into your mind. You may think about poor acting alongside amateurish cinematography and worse sound design (which in some cases is fair, but definitely not all). What you probably won’t think about is a stylish film noir set in a backdrop of 1940’s Los Angeles, with great dialogue performed by some very capable actors; yet this is exactly what Trouble is My Business is. Directed by Tom Konkle based on a screenplay by Konkle and fellow actor/scribe Brittney Powell, Trouble is My Business is a clever and well-crafted movie with nods to the Golden era of Hollywood – think Chinatown meets the video game L.A. Noir with a bit of comic book style thrown in for good measure and you’ll be on the right track.
This review is from Trouble Is My Business [DVD]