Mean Streets (Ws)

Directed by Martin Scorsese
Starring Harvey Keitel

Warner Home Video | July 17, 2012 | Blu-Ray

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This classic of modern cinema tells the brutally realistic story of a small-time hood who gets in over his head with a vicious loan shark. In an attempt to free himself from both the obligations and dangers of the debt he incurred, he enlists the aid of a friend who is also involved in criminal activities.

Video Release: July 17, 2012

Runtime: 112

Rating: R (MPAA)

Studio: Warner Home Video

UPC: 883929239566

Found in: Action / Adventure, Classics, General

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Mean Streets (Ws)

Directed by Martin Scorsese
Starring Harvey Keitel

Video Release: July 17, 2012

Runtime: 112

Rating: R (MPAA)

Studio: Warner Home Video

UPC: 883929239566


Edition Description
  • Runtime: 112 minutes
  • NTSC (Canada and USA)
  • Originally in English

Synopsis

This classic of modern cinema tells the brutally realistic story of a small-time hood who gets in over his head with a vicious loan shark. In an attempt to free himself from both the obligations and dangers of the debt he incurred, he enlists the aid of a friend who is also involved in criminal activities.

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This classic of modern cinema tells the brutally realistic story of a small time hood who gets in over his head with a vicious loan shark. In an attempt to free himself from both the obligations and dangers of the debt he incurred, he enlists the aid of a friend who is also involved in criminal activities.

Notes

Shot on location in New York City. De Niro's performance as the out-of-control Johnny Boy earned him awards from the New York and National Society of Film Critics. Much like Scorsese's earlier WHO'S THAT KNOCKING AT MY DOOR?, MEAN STREETS is a deeply personal film that deals with issues Scorsese himself had seen and experienced while growing up in New York City.