"I asked'em to give themselves up. I knew they wouldn't.So you could say I knew going in I was gonna kill them."
Father Terry Dunn walks into a bar in Rwandan and guns down four unrepentant killers. No ordinary absolution, but then Father Terry is no ordinary priest. Soon he's back in Detroit trying to raise cash for Rwanda's orphaned children, where he meets Debbie Dewey,an ex-con with a grudge against her thieving ex-boyfriend, Randy. Together they make plans to hustle some heavy dough off Randy. Only problem is Randy's got some new friends-- the Mafia.
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