In Providence's Italian neighborhood, Federal Hill, five young men face their choices as they become adults. Bobby, who's sort of dim, owes $30,000 to a counterfeiter who's demanding ...
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Matthew Del Negro
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L.M. Kit Carson
In Providence's Italian neighborhood, Federal Hill, five young men face their choices as they become adults. Bobby, who's sort of dim, owes $30,000 to a counterfeiter who's demanding payment; he asks Ralph, a gifted cat burglar, to help and Ralph comes up with a plan. Later, Frank's dad, who is one of the Hill's top mobsters, wants to have a talk with Ralph about some of this plan. Meanwhile, Ralph's best friend Nicky falls hard for Wendy, a rich blond from Brown, and Nicky begins to imagine a future with her away from Providence. Ralph thinks Nicky's making a big mistake and sets out to prove it. When Ralph insults Frank's dad, things come to a head.Written by
Originally shot and released in theaters in black and white; distributor required the film to be colorized for the video release, against director Michael Corrente's will, making it the only film made by a still-living director to be colorized. Both versions (colour and B/W) are now available on video. See more »
"And your Johnny wanna buy a kilo from Federal Hill"
This is Correntes child, he shot this with a 35 mm black and white raw stock kodak. There is no Hollywood here. I dont like giving spoilers during my not so professional reviews. What i could tell you that this movie is definitely for mob movie lovers. The fact that Frank Vincent is in this made me watch. There is something about the black and white that makes this even grittier and real anyone who grew up in a italian neighborhood could really appreciate this. If you like mean streets or raging bull you will love this. As a matter of fact if your a sopranos fan this is a must see. Definitely one of my all time favorite mob flicks of all time.
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