Zig Zag

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Released 2002

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Director:
David S. Goyer
Released:
2002
Rating:
R

Zig Zag is a 2002 film directed by David S. Goyer about a reverse robbery. Zig Zag (Sam Jones) is an autistic 15-year-old inner-city boy, who has a gift for remembering numbers. With the help of his social worker Dean Singer (John Leguizamo), Zig Zag gets a job as a dishwasher at the exploitative Mr. "The Toad" Walters' (Oliver Platt) restaurant. Mr. Singer, who has terminal cancer, considers himself to be Zig Zag's big brother. He has decided to devote his last days to helping Zig Zag turn his life around. Zig Zag's home life involves being pushed around by an abusive father Dave Fletcher (Wesley Snipes), who demands 'rent' from Zig Zag. The money is really needed to pay back a violent loan shark named Cadillac Tom (Luke Goss). Zig Zag steals the money from Walters' safe. In order to help Zig Zag avoid jail and not get caught, Mr. Singer, along with some allies, are determined to return the money to Walters' safe.

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    Crime, Independent