Six Ways to Sunday (1997)
Six Ways to Sunday is a 1997 comedy film directed by Adam Bernstein. It is based on Charles Perry's novel Portrait of a Young Man Drowning. 18-year-old Harry (Norman Reedus) becomes a hitman in order to support his pathologically possessive mother, Kate (Deborah Harry). But her possessive hold is tested when Harry shows promise as a henchman for the local mob. What starts with Harry's brutal pummeling of a stripclub owner ends up with his grooming for the higher ranks of the mob "family" that appreciates his lethal talents.