Last Man Running is a collaborative project of American independent filmmaker Damon Santostefano and actor Rick Gomez. Gomez plays the protagonist and narrator, Richie, a struggling actor who decides to fulfill his lifelong dream of competing in a demolition derby in the month before he gets married to fiancée Jenny (played by real-life wife Jenifer Wymore-Gomez). While Jenny prepares for the wedding, Richie and his brother J.J. (played by real-life brother Joshua Gomez) suffer various damages and humiliations in order to enter a car in a New York derby. Features an appearance by real champion driver Bob "Whiplash" Genovese. Last Man Running was screened at the 2003 IFP Los Angeles Film Festival.
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