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The Night Audit, the graveyard shift of the hotel industry, madrugada.

In the course of one shift, a mob boss, a local prostitute, disillusioned minimum-wage earners, and an unsuspecting gue..Read allThe Night Audit, the graveyard shift of the hotel industry, madrugada.

In the course of one shift, a mob boss, a local prostitute, disillusioned minimum-wage earners, and an unsuspecting guest will converge at Morning Wood Suites, and all in time for a visit from Jesus.The Night Audit, the graveyard shift of the hotel industry, madrugada.

In the course of one shift, a mob boss, a local prostitute, disillusioned minimum-wage earners, and an unsuspecting guest will converge at Morning Wood Suites, and all in time for a visit from Jesus. (as Michael Truly). The Night Audit, the graveyard shift of the hotel industry, madrugada. In the course of one shift, a mob boss, a local prostitute, disillusioned minimum-wage earners, and an unsuspecting guest will converge at Morning Wood Suites, and all in time for a visit from Jesus.—Roman Ealing.

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A political thriller about white collar crime and corruption. The plot centers on a major Boston bank in the city's financial district that is laundering money for the drug cartel.A political thriller about white collar crime and corruption. The plot centers on a major Boston bank in the city's financial district that is laundering money for the drug cartel.A political thriller about white collar crime and corruption. The plot centers on a major Boston bank in the city's financial district that is laundering money for the drug cartel.

Numbers don't add up at one of the world's largest banks in Boston.

Anyone who knows anything about the audit is pursued, then disappears. Based on the page-turning novel by Thomas Hammond (adapted screenplay by David Morwick), The Audit shows us just how far underground white collar crime can go, descending into a world involving terrorist organizations, drug cartels, money laundering, trafficking and illegal transactions across international borders. Auditor Jack Healey (William McNamara: Stealing Home, Copycat, Doing Time on Maple Drive) and bank manager Sean McDonough (David Morwick: The Trouble With Billy, Against the Law, Little Erin Merryweather), know too much and find themselves caught in the middle of a web of lies and deceit with no escape.

They know they could be next to vanish but nowhere seems safe.

The Audit is a harrowing and gripping political thriller where fact is much stranger than fiction and what seems on the surface like a conspiracy theory, leaves a long trail of blood. Directed by Marcus Slabine (Nick and Nicky, The Break In, Janice and the Golden Fleece) the cast also features Deborah Twiss (Kickass, White Collar, Law and Order) and Josh Berresford (Dante's Cove, Aleksandr's Price, The Way I See Things),—Anonymous.

Symbolic of the Times. Boy is this symbolic of the times.

Saw this at the California International Film Festival and thought it was well done. I was able to meet the two principal actors; McNamara and Morwick.

Apropos to today's political climate in terms of collusion with foreign powers, in this case involving a Boston bank.

Great back-and-forth between William McNamara and David Morwick. The conversation really pulls you in. Morwick, with a haunted look on his face, gives a really chilling performance of someone who has nowhere to go and is on the run.Unfortunately, his character does not make it.

I had a sinking feeling during the film that he would go down .McNamara is equally convincing because in a sense, he is playing two roles here. Clean direction from Marcus Slabine.

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