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(577) 3.8 91 min 2018

First We Take Brooklyn is a movie starring Danny A. Abeckaser, AnnaLynne McCord, and Sasha Feldman. Serving a life sentence in one of Israel's toughest prisons, Mikki Levy never thought he'd ever see the light of day. But when's...

Starring
Danny A. Abeckaser, Guri Weinberg, Sasha Feldman, AnnaLynne McCord
Genres
Drama, Thriller, Crime
Director
Danny A. Abeckaser

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Thriller, Crime
Director Danny A. Abeckaser
Writer Danny A. Abeckaser, Jon Carlo
Stars Danny A. Abeckaser, Guri Weinberg, Sasha Feldman, AnnaLynne McCord
Country USA
Also Known As Brooklyn a miénk lesz, La loi de Brooklyn, Zealous, Brooklyn Guns
Runtime 1H 31M
Description Serving a life sentence in one of Israel's toughest prisons, Mikki Levy never thought he'd ever see the light of day. But when's he's released early on a technicality, Mikki moves to New York hoping for a fresh start. Living with his uncle in Brooklyn, the harsh reality of life as an ex-con sets in and he gets dragged into a brutal turf war with the Russian mob, forcing him to revisit his dark past, and the survival skills he learned in prison. Mikki aggressively ascends the ranks of the underworld, but his tenacious drive may be the cause of his demise.

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Saturday, 30 May 2020 12:45

I'm usually not one to really appreciate movies that are true to life, or at least in the tradition of the good old Hollywood films of the 30s and 40s, but this one was one of the few true to life movies that I've seen in the last several years. This movie is about two teenage friends, one black and one white, who are put together at the end of school by their parents, who have been divorced. The parents have been separated for some time, and the kids are sent off to separate schools. The black boy is in school for a while, then gets in trouble, and has to spend some time in jail, but is quickly released. He then goes to his white school, and starts getting in trouble again. The white boy stays with his mother, who is a pretty decent middle class woman, and doesn't really understand the importance of his black friends, so he takes care of his older brother. The black boy ends up going to a small town on the outskirts of New York City, and ends up getting into trouble with the local gang, and ends up hanging out with some local kids. He ends up running off and joining the local gangs, but ends up getting back into trouble again, this time with the local gang. The movie follows this situation for several years, as the white boy gets to know the black boy, and falls in love with him, and falls in love with the local gang leader, who is also black. The movie is a realistic portrayal of what happens to teens in urban communities, especially in small towns like this. The movie was extremely well made, and was well acted, and the main character was so real that I couldn't help but feel for him. The movie has a very realistic, very dark feel to it, and the movie did have a very gritty look to it, and the movie is very realistic. The acting was good all around, with Sean Penn in the lead, and the supporting cast being very good. I didn't really like the ending, but I think it was okay, I thought it was very appropriate, I'm sure some people will like it better than I did. The movie is a great realistic portrayal of what happens to young people in urban communities. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who likes realistic movies, or anyone who can stand a movie about teenagers. This is a good movie, and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who likes realistic movies.


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