Kiss of Death

(1995)

Overview

Jimmy Kilmartin is an ex-con living in Astoria in the New York City borough of Queens, trying to stay clean and raising a family with his wife Bev. But when his cousin Ronnie causes him to take a fall for driving an illegal transport of stolen cars, a police officer named Calvin Hart is injured and Jimmy lands back in prison. In exchange for an early release, he is asked to help bring down a local crime boss named Little Junior Brown. Jimmy remarries and attempts to renew a relationship with his child. But he is sent undercover by Detective Hart to work with Junior and infiltrate his operations. As soon as Little Junior kills an undercover federal agent with Jimmy watching, the unscrupulous district attorney and the feds further complicate his life. He must take down Junior or face the consequences.

  1. Barbet Schroeder

    Director

  2. Eleazar Lipsky

    Screenplay

  3. Richard Price

    Screenplay

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Status Released

Release Information

  • April 21, 1995
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language English

Runtime 1h 41m

Budget $40,000,000.00

Revenue -

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