The story of Santo Bastucci, a local banker with a rare gift for memorizing numbers; he is unwittingly cast into the forefront of an aging wiseguy's bid for power, Manny "The Hand" Mistera. Santo is caught between the loyalty he has for his cagey father-in-law, Benny, his childhood friend, Basta, and his streetwise uncle, Matteo, the pastor of their Brooklyn church.
Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for violence and language
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References Mean Streets
In Principio Erat Verbum
Composed by: Arr. Matthew Vine, Harry van Berne, Harry van der Kamp & William Purefoy
Publisher: Audio Network Limited
Released: 2005 See more