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Salvatore Stabile (written by)
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5 September 1997 (USA) See more »
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  (in credits order)
Thomas Brandise ... Mikey

Tom Malloy ... Chicken
Michael Parducci ... Ray
Tony Tucci ... Zane
Sean Quinn ... Mark
Carmel Altomare ... Zane's Mother
Teresa Spinelli ... Zane's Grandmother
Glen Sparer ... Tow Truck Driver
Macky Aquilino ... Jo-Jo the Junkie
Yoni Berkovits ... Junkie
David Auerbach ... Tony
Miranda Devin ... Mary
Dora Irizzary ... Mary's Mother
Ray Picirillo ... Mary's New Boyfriend / Extra Street Punk
Maurice Carr ... Terence

Jinn S. Kim ... Korean Clerk
Frits Zernike ... Annoying Customer
Gil Machucha ... Mexican Store Owner

Gregg Bello ... Cop

Kaves ... Dispatcher Voice (as Mike Kaves)

Megan Gray ... Disc Jockey (voice)
Armando J. Cerabino ... Mikey's Father
Kira Burke ... Father's Girlfriend
Anne Rollins ... Mikey's Sister
Wayne Milan ... Extra Street Punk
Sebe Cavallo ... Extra Street Punk
Vincent Aquilino ... Joe Joe The Junkie
Craig Keene ... Extra Street Punk (as Craige Keene)
Richie Scofield ... Extra Street Punk
Irphan Koche ... Extra Street Punk
Anthony Strazullo ... Extra Street Punk
Alfred Macaluso ... Extra Street Punk
Alex Temperino ... Extra Street Punk
Chris Bait ... Extra Street Punk
Ambrose Fabbro ... Extra Street Punk
Angelo ... Extra Street Punk
Roger Califano ... Extra Street Punk
Rocco Castelano ... Extra Street Punk
Evano Longo ... Extra Street Punk
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Vincent Aquilino ... Street thug
Karen Razzano ... Jo-Jo's daughter

Directed by
Salvatore Stabile 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Salvatore Stabile  written by

Produced by
Daniel Edelman .... executive producer
Mark Ross .... executive producer
Toni Ross .... executive producer
Salvatore Stabile .... producer
Original Music by
Bill Laswell 
Cinematography by
Joseph Dell'Olio 
Film Editing by
Miranda Devin 
Salvatore Stabile 
Casting by
Harriet Bass 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Chris Marazzo .... assistant director
Sound Department
Alison Futoran .... production sound mixer
Carrie Giunta .... assistant sound editor
Bernard Hajdenberg .... sound designer
Jon Hassler .... foley artist
Noah Timan .... production sound mixer
Camera and Electrical Department
Khamise .... grip
Editorial Department
George Carlston .... colorist: dailies
Peter Devin .... assistant editor
Jack Haigis .... additional editor
Joshua Kravitz .... assistant editor
Stephen Stabile .... assistant editor
Music Department
Budd Carr .... music supervisor
Tanja Crouch .... music licensing
Robert Musso .... music mixer
Other crew
Macky Aquilino .... location manager
Susan Jacobs .... publicist
Hitomi Koike .... production assistant
Elisa Prainito .... production assistant


Additional Details

Rated R for violence, drug content and strong language throughout
85 min
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1 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
True Gravesend, 9 March 2006
Author: tootoned from United States

Hey all I was just reading some of everyones comments about Gravesend. I have to say that the movie is a good depiction of the neighborhood. I guess to enjoy the movie you have to be from Gravesend like I am. I don't want to give any details away about the movie. I have to add that Gravesend is far from a broke down area of Brooklyn as someone has posted. You really have to listen to the words in the movie to understand this area. Gravsend is good for wacky things happening in the first place. I give Sal Stabile a lot credit for trying to piece together Gravesend in 90 minutes it is not an easy task. Sal if you read this we will go for some Spumoni one day ha ha ha. Much love to the area of Gravesend.

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