A former drug lord returns from prison determined to wipe out all his competition and distribute the profits of his operations to the city's poor in this stylish and ultraviolent modern twist on Robin Hood. Written by
Keith Loh <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Not everyone who runs a city is elected.
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The production avoided shooting on the streets during the production as much as possible due to the NYC drought. Director Abel Ferrara used sprayers and hoses in order to better portray the city. See more
In the scene in which Bishop enters the train to seek White, Bishop enters the #7 train. The #7 train begins at "Main St., Flushing Queens" and terminates at "42nd St. Times Square." The destination of this particular #7 train posts "34th St. Penn Station" as its terminus. See more
Frank White. I've heard a lot about you. And it's all bad.
Don't believe everything that Pete writes in the columns.
Referenced in True Crime: New York City
Am I Black Enough For You?
Written and Performed by Schooly-D
(as Schooly D)
Courtesy of Jive Records
Published by Willesden Music Inc. See more