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Sunset Park (2017)

Gino Sarcione, a boxer, is forced to take his fight outside the ring into the back alleys of Sunset Park to stand up for what's right and protect those he loves.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Michael Trevino ... Gino Sarcione
Robert Miano ... 'Gramps' Sarcione
Sam Douglas ... The Sledge
Jamie Choi ... Jessica Rho
Vladimir Versailles ... Rajon Pierce
John Bianco ... Carlo Moretti
Nolan Lyons ... Young Gino
Matt Wood Matt Wood ... Rocco Lombardi
Michael T. Weiss ... Duane
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Eric Arriola Eric Arriola ... Rajon's Best Friend
Alanna Blair ... Scarlet's Friend
James Dijan Bonavia James Dijan Bonavia ... Bouncer
Sean T. Boyle Sean T. Boyle ... Burly Bystander
James Brickhouse James Brickhouse ... Underground Gambler
Nehemiah Brown Nehemiah Brown ... Bouncer
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Sunset Park follows the life and struggles of Gino Sarcione, a Brooklyn boy raised by his grandfather, Gramps, and part-time father Duane. Duane, a mid level criminal and degenerate gambler, racks up a serious debt to the fearsome gangster Shannon "The Sledge" McKensie. Duane skips town sticking Gramps with his enormous debt. "The Sledge" offers to take control of Gino's blossoming boxing career in lieu of the money owed but Gramps denies him leading to vicious blow back. Duane returns after ten years to salvage his relationship with Gino but only adds to the growing chaos in Gino's life. Juggling the love of his life, his family debt, and his future is an overwhelming task in Sunset Park.

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Action | Crime | Drama | Sport

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 September 2018 (China) See more »

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Sunset Park See more »

Filming Locations:

New York City, New York, USA

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Ring The Bell See more »
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A Must See For Michael Trevino Fans!
10 January 2018 | by gengen-75454See all my reviews

Sunset Park was full of twist and turns that I did not see coming in the best way. The story is dark and gritty and keeps you on the edge of your seat. The performances by all the actors involved were wonderfully done. Michael Trevino and Robert Miano had outstanding chemistry as Gino and Gramps. They were by far the best relationship in the film. This is also a must see for Michael Trevino fans. In his first leading role, Trevino proves that he has the skills and talent to carry a film. He navigated the ups and downs of Gino's life flawlessly. This was totally worth the two year wait. I would totally recommend this film to Trevino fans and anyone who likes an underdog story. My one and only gripe is that I wish it was longer.


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