After the Game

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After the Game
Directed byBrewster MacWilliams
Produced byRobert Peters
Roy Winnick
Written byBrewster MacWilliams
StarringFrank Gorshin
Stanley DeSantis
Sam Anderson
Mike Genovese
Susan Traylor
Robert Dubac
Music byColin Leese
CinematographyArturo Smith
Release dates1997
Running time89 min.
CountryUS
LanguageEnglish
 
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For the Network Ten show previously known as "After the Game", see Before The Game.
After the Game
Directed byBrewster MacWilliams
Produced byRobert Peters
Roy Winnick
Written byBrewster MacWilliams
StarringFrank Gorshin
Stanley DeSantis
Sam Anderson
Mike Genovese
Susan Traylor
Robert Dubac
Music byColin Leese
CinematographyArturo Smith
Release dates1997
Running time89 min.
CountryUS
LanguageEnglish

After the Game is a 1997 Neo-noir drama/mystery film starring Frank Gorshin, Stanley DeSantis, Sam Anderson, Mike Genovese, Susan Traylor, and Robert Dubac.

Directed by Brewster MacWilliams and produced by Robert Peters and Roy Winnick, the screenplay was written by Brewster MacWilliams.

The DVD, titled The Last Hand, was issued in 2004.

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After the Game is a crime fiction murder mystery with a theme of "after the game of poker" and "after the game of life." It deals with revenge, deceit, lust and greed, and explores karma and the afterlife.

Aging gambler Benny Walsh (played by Gorshin) dies in a suspicious car crash after the biggest poker win of his life. His son, Clyde (played by Dubac), comes to the Nevada town in search of answers. He discovers that each of his father's gambling buddies had ample reason to see him dead.

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