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West of Brooklyn

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Comedy
Release Date:February 19, 2008
Running time:100 minutes
Cast:Ronnie Marmo, Natalia Livingston, Joe Mantegna, Robert Costanzo, James Madio
Director:Danny Cistone
Producer:Ronnie Marmo
Writer:Ronnie Marmo
Distributor:Osiris Entertainment

Web Site: http://www.westofbrooklynthemovie.com/

Description: Sebi is a young Italian American man, a simple street kid and a secret beat poet, who after the death of his mother escapes Brooklyn to join his crew of friends who recently relocated to Los Angeles. These colorful characters from New York are truly fish out of water in L.A. and Sebi longs to find a place he can feel at home. Sebi's friends, a beautiful rich girl from Beverly Hills named Maddy and his idol, a famous Bronx poet named Gaetano D'Amico bring Sebi face to face with his identity and help him find the courage to be exactly who he was all along.

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