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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
Shut Up And Dance
Performed by The Rainbow Jimmies
Produced by David Bravo and Bob Held
Written by David Bravo and Bob Held and Nancy Bender
Published by: Limpopo Music (ASCAP)
Little L Music ASCAP), Tabby Dooby Music (BMI) See more »
Overall the movie was okay. I never thought about Nicky and Ralphy's relationship and you are right, now I think about it, Ralph seem very jealous of Nicky's relationship with a woman. A lot foul language and tough acts throughout the film...typical of hoodlum type of movies.
I like to get the "run you away" theme song of the movie...can't seem to find it.
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