In Philadelphia, O.T. (Dave Patten) and Jerome (Black Deniro) rob the son of the local mafia. They end up killing his girlfriend, as the son (Dominic Costa) recovers and is nursed at home. Philadelphia, being such a small town, O.T.'s girlfriend Denise (Emily McKinley Hill) is Dominic's personal nurse and she is also wearing the dead girl's watch.
Yes, the writing was awkward for the discovery. This leads to the mafia having revenge, and then Jerome escalating the violence. So the robber, which was initially the antagonist, becomes the protagonist because it is Philadelphia.
If you notice the outdoor scenery, it was mostly a treeless bleak season, with no snow. Other scenes are green and another scene has a foot of snow plowed along the side of the street. No care was taken to make sure seasons looked the same. As Ed Wood would say, "who will notice?"
Tony Devon doesn't say "kapish" as well as Joe Pesci.
In spite of all the shortcomings and the plot had holes, the film had character which might attract a small audience.
Guide: F-word. No sex or nudity. Strippers with their clothes on.
After a botched robbery escalates to homicide, a north Philly gun runner has to escape or outsmart the south Philly Italian mob as they close in for vengeance.
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1 hr 37 min
P/S 13 / 49