Anthony Caldarella's debut feature is a semi-autobiographical account of a working-class, Italian-American family living on Manhattan's lower east side in the mid-sixties. Rose Casale and her four sons - Sal, who runs a local trattoria, Vincent, a struggling blues singer, Jack, a charismatic magician, and Joey, the youngest - have achieved a level of sustenance that any family would cherish. But at 24, Jack has replaced his love of magic with an uncontrollable craving for heroin and his addiction tests the family's mettle.
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He was the one with the most talent and the most promise. Then everything changed...