Federal Protection

“Chop Chop” Frankie Carbone (Armand Assante) has made a career out of stealing cars for the mob in Chicago. An attempted assassination by a mob boss goes badly and Frankie retaliates, only to wind up in the hands of the Feds. Frankie agrees to testify against the mobsters and his life is suddenly worthless – unless he submits to going into federal protection


. The FBI gives him a new name – Howard Akers – and relocates him to a sleepy middle-class suburb in Little Rock, AR. Howard catches the attention of his lovely neighbor, Leigh (Angela Featherstone), a bored fund-raiser for a non-profit zoo whose husband, Dennis (David Lipper), is having an affair – and she knows it, but she doesn’t know it’s with her hot-blooded sister, Bootsie (Dina Meyer). Leigh becomes friends with the enigmatic Howard, but Dennis and Bootsie see an opportunity to earn the million-dollar bounty the mob has put on his head by turning him in to the mob.

Federal Protection

Title: Federal Protection

Release Date: 2002

Genres: Action, Drama, Thriller

    Directors: Hickox, Anthony


    Actors:

  • Assante, Armand as Frank Carbone/Howard Akers
  • Featherstone, Angela as Leigh Kirkindall
  • Meyer, Dina as Bootsie Cavander
  • Lipper, David as Denny Kirkindall
  • Chiesurin, Frank as Sid
  • Calabretta, Tony as Pasquale ”Patsy” Dilepsi
  • Camacho, Mark as Joseph Pagnozzi
  • Park, Steve as Chong-Sung
  • Chuipka, Chip as Marshal Donald Powers
  • Blanco, Danny as Marshal Chuck Sturdevant
  • Roy, Maxim as Marjorie Watts
  • Zinoviev, Anatoly as Teddy
  • Filipowich, Michael as Johnny the Face
  • Alacchi, Carl as Gio Brogianto
  • Bertrand, Maria as Vicky Brogianto



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