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The Brooklyn Banker (2016)

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A banker with a talent for memorizing numbers is recruited by a mobster looking to get ahead.





Cast overview, first billed only:
... Santo
... Benny
... Manny
... Ann Bastucci
... Agent Cahil
... Father Matteo
... Carmine
... Scalzo
... Maria
... Gina
... Basta
... Nick (as Joseph Perrino)
... Philly
... Siena
... Titi


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.

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Action | Crime | Drama

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence and language


Official Sites:

Brooklyn Banker Website



Release Date:

5 August 2016 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Банкир Из Бруклина  »

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Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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The actress who played Rosie was supposed to be a New York Puerto Rican yet she spoke Castilian Spanish with an extremely inauthentic accent. See more »


References Mean Streets (1973) See more »


In Principio Erat Verbum
Composed by: Arr. Matthew Vine, Harry van Berne, Harry van der Kamp & William Purefoy
Publisher: Audio Network Limited
Released: 2005
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A must see movie!
12 August 2016 | by See all my reviews

Went to see The Brooklyn Banker over the weekend. Great movie! A must see! Great story line. Troy Garity, David Proval and Paul Sorvino really bring it to life. Director Federico Castelluccio and writer Michael Ricigliano give you a taste of Williamsburg Brooklyn in the 1970's, the mob life and how you can get sucked in even if you don't have a desire to be. At one point I felt bad for Santo (Troy Garity). He truly was believable in the part he played. An honest family man who just wanted to stay as far away from the mob scene as possible. Growing up in that atmosphere he knew that was not the life he wanted. Definitely worth checking out. Keeps your attention and guessing as to how it will end. Not a typical gangster ending.

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