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Laws of Gravity (film)


Laws of Gravity (film)

Laws of Gravity
File:Laws of Gravity FilmPoster.jpeg
Film poster
Directed by Nick Gomez
Produced by Bob Gosse
Larry Meistrich
Written by Nick Gomez
Starring Peter Greene
Cinematography Jean de Segonzac
Editing by Tom McArdle
Distributed by RKO Pictures
Release date(s)
Running time 100 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Laws of Gravity is a 1992 American crime drama film directed by Nick Gomez and starring Peter Greene.[1]


Jimmy and Johnny are two Brooklyn street toughs who never made it into workaday society. Danger is the hit that gets them out of bed. Jimmy owes a loan shark money and Johnny is wanted by the police. Things go further out of control when their old friend Frankie arrives in a stolen car with a trunkload of guns for sale.


  • Peter Greene - Jimmy
  • Edie Falco - Denise
  • Adam Trese - Jon
  • Arabella Field - Celia
  • Paul Schulze - Frankie
  • Saul Stein - Sal
  • Tony Fernandez - Tommy
  • Larry Meistrich - Pete
  • James Michael McCauley - Kenny (as James McCauley)
  • Rick Groel - Kevin
  • Anibal O. Lleras - Rey (as Anibel Leirras)
  • John Gallagher - Bobby
  • David Troup - Sullivan
  • Miguel Sierra - Vasquez
  • David Tuttle - Ted


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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