- Audio Commentary
- Deleted Scenes
- Promotional Trailer
- "Making-Of" Documentary
- Audio Selections from the Original Soundtrack
- Rated: Unrated
- Run Time: 1 hours, 55 minutes
- Video: Color
- Released: September 28, 2004
- Originally Released: 2002
- Label: Synapse Films
- Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
- Packaging: Keep Case
- Special Edition
- Aspect Ratio: Anamorphic Widescreen - 1.78
- Dolby Digital 2.0 - English
- Additional Release Material:
- Deleted Scenes
- Documentary: "Making of"
- Audio Selections from the original soundtrack album
- Audio Commentary: Kamal Ahmed - Director
- Trailers: Promo trailer
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Description by OLDIES.com:
Things Aren't Always What They Seem...
God Has A Rap Sheet, the critically acclaimed directorial debut from Grammy-nominated Kamal Ahmed (The Jerky Boys), is a powerful drama mixed with mystical undertones.
Eight men from different ethnic backgrounds all end up spending the night in a filthy holding cell in New York City...and they are not alone. Also inside the cell is an old man (John Ford Noonan, Flirting With Disaster) who claims to be God. As night falls, the cellmates clash in a war of words. Verbal sparring ensues on subjects of race, religion, creed and sex. "God" tries to help the men work out their differences, until, at daybreak, a being of ancient evil comes to join the party.
God Has A Rap Sheet is laced with theology, philosophy and it "percolates with anger and humor" (John Petrakis, The Chicago Tribune). Also starring genre actor favorite William Smith (Fast Company, Red Dawn, Grave Of The Vampire) and Peter Appel (Spider-Man, Basic Instinct, The Professional).
Eight very different men of all races and creeds end up in a dingy holding cell in New York for one night, accompanied by a mysterious, grizzled homeless man who claims to be God (John Ford Noonan). As the night progresses the disparate backgrounds and beliefs of the prisoners make themselves heard as the men begin to argue, the subjects running the gamut of controversial issues surrounding race, religion, and sex. God attempts to mediate until an ancient evil being pays a visit toward morning. Kamal Ahmed of The Jerky Boys takes a drastic new turn with this powerful mix of comedy, drama, philosophy, and theology, which won Best Feature at the 2002 New York International Independent Film and Video Festival.
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