A bright, young New Yorker, is sent to New Orleans to land the $500 million account of Cajun Billionaire Francois Dubois. As soon as he arrives, he meets Dubois' young wife and the two begin a passionate affair. When Francois learns of their secret relationship, he exacts revenge against Matt.
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"Kill the Poor" is the story of Joe Peltz (David Krumholtz), a young man in 1980s New York, who buys into a squatter tenement in the Lower East Side neighborhood where his immigrant grandparents first settled, hoping to make a life for his new wife Annabelle (Clara Bellar) and the baby they have on the way. From the start, the former tenants of the apartment, and heads of "the corporation" that run the co-op, warn Joe and Annabelle that living in the building will be more than they bargained for, and that their relationship may not survive. Joe's Uncle Yakov (Cliff Gorman) is constantly reminding him that this "war zone" is not his grandmother's neighborhood anymore - there are junkies sleeping in his grandfather's old tailor shop, the building where his mother was born is now a vacant lot, you can't even find the synagogue, and the corner bodega has been shut down for selling human meat. But this apartment is all they can afford, and Joe is determined to make it work. As Joe struggles to keep himself and his marriage together, the building's problems begin to take over his life: the never-ending "board meetings" about whose responsibility it is to sleep in the doorway to keep the junkies out; the constant debate about how to get rid of Carlos (Paul Calderon), a bully who refuses to pay rent because he lived in the building before everyone else; the hoodlum antics of Carlos' teenage son Segundo (John Budinoff); grungy goddess Scarlet (Heather Burns) bed hopping her way through all of the male tenants, from underground artist Spike (Larry Gilliard Jr.), to home boy Negrito (Otto Sanchez), to part-time grad student/political activist Butch (Zak Orth); and drag queen Delilah (Damien Young) keeping everyone abreast of the latest gossip. All of the simmering tensions in the building come to a boil when a mysterious fire erupts in Carlos' apartment, and Joe, now President of "the corporation," is assigned the task of dealing with it. "Kill the Poor" is a rueful and darkly comic tale about the quest to achieve the American Dream, on the Urban frontier.
A young man in 80s NYC moves into a squatter tenement to make a life for his wife and child, but the problems of the building threaten to overtake his new life.
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