The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day
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This film will be a sequel. The character of Rocco (David Della Rocco) appears in flashbacks and a dream sequence

"Rocco is actually coming back in a dream sequence, so you will see Roc." Quoted by Troy Duffy himself on an interview on radio station WJFK 106.7

The character of Vincenzo Lipazzi (Ron Jeremy) was to appear in a flashback/dream sequence. This is according to Ron Jeremy in an interview on The Lex and Terry Morning Radio Network, but due to scheduling conflicts with Ron Jeremy the dream sequence was never filmed and Troy Duffy was very sad about this. Ron and Troy are good friends. This information is from the video broadcast with Troy Duffy the day filming was finished.

Julie Benz portrays Agent Paul Smecker's (Dafoe's character in the first Boondock Saint")protg, Eunice Bloom. Willem Dafoe returns at the very end of the film.

There were legal issues regarding the ownership of rights. These have since been resolved.

Julie Benz will play a female lead and protg of Agent Paul Smecker (Willem Dafoe)from the first film.

Also starring is two-time Academy Award-nominated actor Peter Fonda and actor Judd Nelson. Fonda will play 'The Roman' and Nelson will have the part of Concezio Yakavetta

Three years after the release of the Original Version (OV), Duffy kept the promise of a Director's Cut (DC) which he had given fans at the premiere. Duffy emphasized that it is not supposed to be a marketing trick but a different version that gives the movie more depth by including additional plot elements. After the first Assembly Cut, which was 195 minutes long, the Director's Cut was created, still running 20 minutes longer than the OV, which was released in a few cinemas in the US. One thing should be clear from the start: if you did not like the first version of The Boondock Saints 2, you will not change your mind because of the Director's Cut. Duffy put a lot of effort into it and did not only insert new sequences where the room for them could be found but used scene extensions and alternate, longer takes (explaining the recurring instances of alternate footage, which always only incorporate different shot changes that do not need to have to be depicted here). There are many additional dialogues whose content varies from interesting to irrelevant. The sidekick Romeo gets a lot more screentime worrying about the saints not seeing him as a full partner, the saints and the good cops under Eunice's leadership can be seen more also. However, all of these are plot additions, only one scene adds some violence. All in all, it cannot be said that every single one of these aditional 20 minutes is necessary, especially because the long running time already was a reason for criticism with the OV. A detailed comparison between both versions with pictures can be found here.


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