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No Exit (1996)

 -  Crime  -  1998 (USA)
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Violent look at East Harlem Italian mafia opens with the kidnaping, torture, and killing of a rival gang member and moves forward along a brutal course in its examination of two gang ... See full summary »

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Frank Zagarino ...
Luka Lentini
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Benny Lentini
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Tony Landano
Sal Locasio ...
Bravo
Michael Aparo ...
Vinny Mazzarino
Yelba Osorio ...
Mercedes Colon
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Jimmy 'Cabs'
Lou Lagalante ...
Vincent Mazzarino
Lenny Mangiapane ...
Auggie Mazzarino
Frank Pietrangolare ...
Dommy 'Dice'
Kenny 'Red' Alston ...
Sham
Marc Brett ...
Gagoots
Simon Brooke ...
Shiner
Marc Castellano ...
Petey
Kristen DiCerto ...
Christie
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Violent look at East Harlem Italian mafia opens with the kidnaping, torture, and killing of a rival gang member and moves forward along a brutal course in its examination of two gang members as they get involved in a messed up drug deal. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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No realism
9 November 2002 | by (Holland) – See all my reviews

The problem with this type films is not that they have an average plot, average acting performances and a standard script. The problem is that there is no realism. Crime epics like Scarface, Dog Day Afternoon and Pulp Fiction contain realism, thats why those movies are unforgettable. This film is not all bad, there is some action and drama in it but nothing more.

RATING: 4/10


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