An all-too-familiar approach to the tale of a gambling drifter, Gabourie, who is on the run from a gang of thugs, and the 12-year-old boy he lets accompany him. The film fails because of a shabby script and the amateurish acting of a nonprofessional cast. First-time director Rose's efforts brought THREE CARD MONTE 11 Canadian Film Award nominations.
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