Gunshy

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Gunshy is an American 1998 crime drama film directed by Jeff Celentano and starring William Petersen, Michael Wincott, and Diane Lane.

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When New York journalist Jake Bridges catches his girlfriend cheating on him, he travels to Atlantic City to drink away his troubles. Jake is saved from a bar brawl by small-time mobster Frankie. Jake befriends Frankie and eventually falls in love with his girlfriend Melissa. Jake then joins Frankie in his money-collecting duties, beginning a path leading to violence, betrayal, and restitution.

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