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The North End (1997)

The North End

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Two friends unwittingly reflect the divided nature of a changing community in this independent drama. Mac McCain (Mark Hartmann) and Freddie Fabucci (Matthew Del Negro) are two old buddies who share an apartment in Boston's Italian-American North End community, which is divided between yuppies trying to gentrify the neighborhood and tough townies who resent their intrusion. Mac is a soft-spoken independent filmmaker who wants to make a documentary about the neighborhood and its people. He's told that he'll need the permission of Dom Di Bella (Frank Vincent), a local hard man who has made a few bucks playing gangster roles in movies. Freddie, on the other hand, is involved with Dani (Lina Sivio), whom he treats with a dismissive and brutal machismo. Dani often finds herself wondering why she's going with Freddie and not his better-behaved friend, Mac. The North End marked the directorial debut of filmmaker Frank Ciota, himself a long-time North End resident.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama
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Written By: Joseph A. Ciota
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Frank Vincent
as Dom Di Bella
Matthew Del Negro
as Freddie Fabucci
Lina Sivio
as Danielle Amato
Mark Hartmann
as Mac McCain
Peter Marciano
as Gino Amato
Nick Puccio
as Ralphie
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