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Other than his rugged good looks, amazing songwriting and penchant for smashing guitars, Mario Cash isn’t the typical rocker. Nor is Danielle Kelly, aside from her massive, national late teens pop music successes. Both are criminal defense attorneys. More so, Danielle, a late 20s girl-next-door beauty, works for Cash (who has no knowledge of her rock n’ roll past)—and she’s paralyzed from the waist down.
The Cash-Money Boys, a regional band of seven with a cult following, were originated by Cash and lead singer, Andre Money. The group, talented to the core, have been a “near miss” through peculiar circumstances, which have always left Cash unfulfilled. Things change after he listens to a series of anonymous – incredible – vocals that are sent to him. Cash learns that the gifted singer is his handicapped associate, Danielle Kelly.
However, he is still unaware of her true identity, a secret that is kept only between Danielle and her former manager, Judge Carol Ann Connelly.
What ensues is a rock n’ roller coaster mystery, unraveling the criminal cause of Danielle’s paralysis, and unleashing the rise of The Cash-Money Boys to national fame. A story of love, Cash eliminates band members who oppose Danielle’s joining of the group because of her handicap, and he fights in and out of the courtroom to bring justice to a tragedy that he thought happened to a pre-law college student named Danielle Kelly. Via her belief in Cash as a musician – and a man – Danielle risks exposing her shadowy past in an effort to rocket him.
Joyce DeWitt ("Three's Company"; The Great Fight)
Eric Roberts (Academy Award nominee; The Pope of Greenwich Village; The Expendables)
Dominique Swain (Face/Off; Pumpkin; Lolita)
Robert David Hall ("CSI: Crime Scene Investigation"; SAG Award nominee)
Robert Bogue ("Grand Theft Auto"; "Oz"; The Good Guy)
Mandy Bruno (Emmy nominee; "Guiding Light")
Eric Etebari (The Lincoln Lawyer; Walk of Shame; "Witchblade")
Justin Deas (6-time Emmy winner; "Guiding Light")
Angela Gots (Alice in Wonder; “The L Word”)
Suzi Lorraine ("How to Survive a Horror Movie"; Captured Hearts)
Sean McNabb (Quiet Riot & Great White Bass Player; A Remarkable Life)
Gilbert Gottfried (Aladdin; Problem Child)
Kenneth Del Vecchio
Kenneth Del Vecchio
Kenneth Del Vecchio
KENNETH DEL VECCHIO
Critically Acclaimed Filmmaker & Best-selling Author
Film Festival Chairman & former Judge
“As usual, Mr. Del Vecchio was larger than life.”
-The New York Times
Kenneth Del Vecchio is a critically acclaimed filmmaker who has written, produced and directed over 30 movies that star 100+ film and TV stars, including multiple Academy Award and Emmy winners and nominees. His films are distributed through industry leaders such as Sony Pictures, NBC/Universal, Anchor Bay, Millennium Entertainment, Cinedigm, Screen Media Films, Vivendi Entertainment, Green Apple Entertainment, and E-1 Entertainment. He has starred in numerous movies, as well. Mr. Del Vecchio is founder and chairman of Hoboken International Film Festival, called by FOX, MY and other major media "One of the 10 Biggest Film Festivals in the World." He also is the author of some of the nation’s best-selling legal books, including criminal codebooks published by Prentice Hall and ALM. A best-selling criminal suspense novelist, he penned his first published novel at only 24-years-old. In addition, he is a frequent legal/political analyst on Fox News and other major networks, and he is the owner of the Criminal Law Learning Center, where he has taught thousands of police officers and lawyers…And he is a former Judge, who also has tried over 400 cases as a practicing criminal attorney.
Kenneth Del Vecchio’s filmography includes: The Life Zone, Scavenger Killers, An Affirmative Act, Price For Freedom, Rock Story, The Savant, Snapshot, Bleeding Hearts, Cries of the Unborn, Blue Lives Matter, O.B.A.M. Nude, Joker’s Wild, iMurders, Kinky Killers, The Grand Theft, Fake, Hospital Arrest, Renaissance Man, The Great Fight, 15 Rounds, Four Presidents, Puppets, Aberrant, Real Gangsters, Three Chris’s, Alone in the Dark 2, The Drum Beats Twice, Pride & Loyalty, Tinsel Town, Here and There, The Crimson Mask, and Rules For Men. His novels are Pride & Loyalty, Revelation in the Wilderness, and The Great Heist (his most recent novel). And his legal books include: Code of Criminal Justice: A Practical Guide to the Penal Statutes (national criminal codebook), New Jersey Code of Criminal Justice: A Practical Guide to the Penal Statutes, New York Code of Criminal Justice: A Practical Guide to the Penal Statutes, and Test Prep Guide to Accompany New Jersey Code of Criminal Justice, with numerous others in the works.
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