(A crossover between Double Barrel (https://imaginecasting.com/titles/results/12649/double-barrel/) and A Girl Named Georgia (https://imaginecasting.com/titles/results/15273/a-girl-named-georgia/). )
Dysfunctional yet lovelorn couple on the run Michael Franco and Shannon Davis-Franco are hiding out in New York after surviving from and taking down the Mexican Cartel as well as being hunted by the FBI and the two have been going through extensive couples therapy sessions. The couple unexpectedly end up befriending trouble young African American woman Sandy Williams and her cunning and smart artist fiancé "Crow" and the four find themselves thrown into another round of mayhem and chaos when trying to bring New York's newly elected mayor who is the leader of a white supremist terrorist group.
MPAA Rating: Rated R for strong bloody violence and language throughout, sexuality, graphic nudity and some drug use.
Michael Franco - A hot-headed and reckless former FBI agent who's trying to reconcile his relationship with his ex-wife.
Shannon Davis-Franco - Michael's seductive and deceptive con artist ex-wife.
Sandy Williams - A troubled African American young woman with a shady past working in the Arts industry.
Crow - Sandy's love interest, a cunning and smart artist.
Leonard Gordo - Michael's dorky former partner on the FBI who's now hunting him and Shannon.
Thomas Lynching - Antagonist, New York's newly elected mayor who is the leader of a white supremist terrorist group.
Dr Berkers - Michael and Shannon's frustrated therapist.
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