The Learning Curve

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Released 2001

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The Learning Curve

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Director:
Eric Schwab
Released:
2001
Rating:
R

The Learning Curve is a 2001 American film directed by Eric Schwab and starring Carmine Giovinazzo, Norbert Weisser, Monet Mazur, Tim Ransom, and Rod Roesser. This thriller film chronicles the misadventures of two Los Angeles con artists who attempt to steal money from unsuspecting victims. Paul Cleveland (Giovinazzo) and Georgia (Mazur) become friends when Cleveland helps fight off a man attacking Georgia. The two go into business together, scamming people out of their money so that Georgia can leave her job at a hospital. When they stage a car accident by using Georgia as a hitchhiker, they encounter Marshal (Vincent Ventresca), an LA businessman who pulls out a gun and kidnaps the two. When Marshal takes them back to his record company office, he congratulates them on their hard work and offers them a job. Cleveland and Georgia are given a warehouse to decorate to their pleasing, but as Cleveland is constantly trying to impress Marshal, his relationship with Georgia wanes.

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    Thrillers, Independent, Crime