Fish in a Barrel is a 2001 independent crime comedy written and directed by Kent Dalian who also stars in the movie. The film follows six gun-happy eccentric characters, including a paranoid control freak, a devil-may-care drunk and a hyperactive kleptomaniac, who are held up in a New York Apartment. Four members of the group, Eddie (Kent Dalian), Casper (Stephen Ingle), Sammy (Rene Rigal), and Remy (Jeremy Renner), are petty thieves that have just managed to steal a case of uncut diamonds worth $4 million. The other two, policeman Bill O'Connor (David Kelsey) and homicidal Nina (Arly Jover), are determined to get the diamonds for themselves. Splitting the loot equally six ways is simply not an option, so the group decide to double-cross and triple-cross each other in order to get the biggest cut. The film won awards for best directorial debut, best screenplay and best supporting actor at the 2001 New York International Independent Film & Video Festival.