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It’s Christmas time, but all is not well in the world of Everly. A call girl by trade, Everly has turned against her gangster boss Taiko and become a police informant. In response, Taiko has put out a hit on Everly and her family. Soon, every criminal in town wants to cash in. Everly’s survival instincts quickly kick in as she matches wits and firepower with Taiko and a seemingly endless stream of killers. [Synopsis courtesy of Fantastic Fest]
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