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Frank Serpico (2017)

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In his own words, Frank Serpico tells the story of his one-man crusade for police reform in the NYPD during the early 1970s.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Frank Serpico ... Himself
Stanislao Pugliese Stanislao Pugliese ... Himself
Janet Panetta Janet Panetta ... Herself
John O'Connor John O'Connor ... Himself
John Bal John Bal ... Himself
Londel Davis Londel Davis ... Himself
Ramsey Clark Ramsey Clark ... Himself
Bob Delaney Bob Delaney ... Himself
Eddie Mamet Eddie Mamet ... Himself
David Burnham David Burnham ... Himself
Robert Daley Robert Daley ... Himself
Luc Sante Luc Sante ... Himself
Donna Murch Donna Murch ... Herself
Arthur Cesare Arthur Cesare ... Himself
Gina Colelli Gina Colelli ... Herself
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In play at John jay college of criminal justice re:Thomas Beckett serpico played a tempter to the soon to be fallen becket for his unwavering religious convictions may have propelled serpico to face certain danger and even death which Beckett did not escape Written by danhiggins-39565

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USA

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English

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1 November 2017 (USA) See more »

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$2,283, 5 November 2017, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$6,801, 16 November 2017
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Al Pacino earned a Lead Actor Oscar nomination playing Frank Serpico in the 1973 autobiography film SERPICO directed by Sidney Lumet with the Oscar nominated screenplay written by Waldo Salt and Norman Wexler. See more »

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One of the good guys
26 July 2018 | by parkerrodneySee all my reviews

In this documentary we see an aging Frank Serpico, former NYPD police officer, relive his experiences as a Police Officer in New York City during a period when corruption was rampant in the department, and crime was high. In viewing this documentary one would get the most out of it by reading the book and watching the movie Serpico as well. If you are a history of public administration student, or are interested in politics, I recommend watching video of the Knapp Commission which was formed by Mayor John Lindsey to look into police corruption in the department. This documentary is slow and at times does not seem to follow a logical script, but it is valuable given the subject at hand. I think one of Serpico's greatest challenge is living up to Al Pacino's performance.


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