The Brooklyn Banker (2016)

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The Brooklyn Banker: Directed by Federico Castelluccio. With Troy Garity, Paul Sorvino, David Proval, Elizabeth Masucci. A banker with a talent for memorizing numbers is recruited by a mobster looking to get ahead.

“Phenomenal portrayal of a unique period in American organized crime. Federico Castellucciou0026#39;s directing shows that he has a true talent for capturing all the u0026quot;little detailsu0026quot; which authenticate the characters and their surroundings. Tremendous casting for this story line and setting. Troy Garity and David Provale shine throughout while other well knownu0026#39;s Paul Sorvino and Arthur Nascarella accent the Protagonistu0026#39;s struggle with vibrant precision. u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eItu0026#39;s delightful to finally get a writer and director combo working together to generate a modern day film with all the makings of the Mafia classics already cemented into cinema history. It may not be on the scale of u0026quot;Goodfellasu0026quot; or u0026quot;The Godfatheru0026quot;, but for a feature length directorial and writing debut, Ricigliano and Castelluccio have not disappointed!!!u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eP.S. Loved the subtle show of appreciation to Scorseseu0026#39;s classic u0026quot;Mean Streetsu0026quot; on the Theater Marquee!”


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