On the campus of Columbia University, things are not always as they seem. An organized crime syndicate operating within Columbia University masquerades as a volunteer student group on ...
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On the campus of Columbia University, things are not always as they seem. An organized crime syndicate operating within Columbia University masquerades as a volunteer student group on campus. Led by smooth operator Johnny Spigotti, this sadistic organization dips into everything, from drugs, to prostitution, even murder. Conrad McKellar, a troubled student, joins the Columbia newspaper much to the dismay of the beautiful, yet icy news editor and is given an assignment to cover The OC Club, the group that Johnny's club is posing as. Meanwhile, Paul Crane draws the ire of a local fraternity and seeks revenge by asking a local criminal Biscuit for 'protection'. However, Biscuit and the Club he belongs to will need something from him. Written by
I can honestly say I've never felt this way about a film before. Words can't describe the way my mind was captured by this marvelous piece of work... but I'll try my best. Andy Seif truly dazzles as a director. It's the mafia in a way you've never seen before. The film is innovative, calculated, and was able to pull in some of New York's finest unknowns. This Columbia student seems destined to get into the industry. The way he references cinema masterpieces like The Godfather and a hint a Tarantino pack a powerful punch of ethos, pathos, and especially logos. Seif. Definitely going to be a name in the near future. Can't wait for the second episode! And how about Matt Raimo? Yowza!
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