In the weeks following an apocalyptic event, a husband and wife venture across the countryside inhabited by deadly factions in search of safety, and must work together as they are pushed to the breaking point in order to survive.
Mike P. Nelson
In April 1980, armed gunmen stormed the Iranian Embassy in Princes Gate, London and took all inside hostage. Over the next six days a tense standoff took place, all the while a group of ... See full summary »
At a bachelorette party in a nightclub, the bride tells 2 guys offering blow to go away. They abduct her. The groom's 2 big brothers looked after their kid brother as kids and do so now again as veterans, "looking" for her and the 2 guys.
BUSHWICK tells the story of twenty-year- old Lucy (Snow) and war veteran Stupe (Bautista). Texas, and other states (mostly Southern) are trying to secede from the U.S., and NYC is being used as a negotiation tool. Lucy meets Stupe after coming up from the subway into the military invasion of Brooklyn. Together they decide to cross the treacherous five blocks of Bushwick - littered with looters, local militias and the invading forces, in order to get home and be reunited with Lucy's grandmother.
In the beginning of the movie on the train platform it says Church Ave but in reality Church doesn't run through Bushwick and that stop on the L train is actually Starr St. See more »
When Jose and Lucy are walking through the train station you see they are on the Church Ave platform. This would exit to Church and McDonald Ave which is outside of Bushwick. When they get to ground level they are now in Bushwick on Starr and Wycliffe Ave. See more »
A Horrible, politically motivated liberal sickness induced view of America.
A liberal's wet dream of reverse provocation. Conservative states having won a Presidential election have now chosen to wage war on New York. I speculate that the premise here is based loosely on the election results of 2016, where the vote was polarized between New York, California and all the states in between. In the movie anyway -and you need to be smoking some really strong stuff or be a die- hard anarchist- Texas leads a revolution whereby Texas, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, -and implied "heartland" states revolt against a Federal Government controlled by "New York" and implied California. The "Union" is now controlled by New York (implied) and all the rest of the "conservative" states are to be feared in this because they have chosen to invade New York to overthrow its power. Has the constitution failed? This is never explained. Yet, somehow, Middle America, led by Texas is out to take over New York. Somehow the world has become some draconian order to invade and murder civilians in New York with impunity and vile disrespect for human life. Im thinking now of the phrase "a thief thinks everyone steals"... The author somehow fears the Reality of America where a majority of states overrule a minority of two. There is no movie or story here. Just two people on a journey through endless mayhem, open anarchy and mindless violence in the street. Meanwhile we hear reports that "the states" have declared war on New York. Its complete political garbage.
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