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Mac (1992)
Starring: John Amos, Michael Badalucco, Ellen Barkin, Katherine Borowitz, Carl Capotorto, Dennis Farina, John Turturro
Director: John Turturro
Category: Drama, Comedy, Family, Independent
Studio: Columbia / TriStar
118 mins



"An honesty and truth... rarely seen before on screen." - Martin Scorsese

John Turturro (Do the Right Thing), Ellen Barkin (Sea of Love) and Katherine Borowitz (Internal Affairs) star in this award-winning story of a volatile Italian-American family growing up in the 1950s. As writer, director and star, Turturro brings his trademark humor and intensity to this richly rewarding tribute.

Mac is the story of three brothers who struggle against all odds to scrape together enough money to start their own business in Queens, New York. Turturro the director, expertly creates their quirky and humorous world, bound by raucous loyalty and torn by sibling rivalry. And Turturro the actor delivers his best performances yet as Mac, the ambitious, overbearing, irresistible oldest brother. Winner of the Camera d'Or at Cannes for best first-time director, MAC is "intensely romantic, wonderfully vivid...a very good movie!" (Vincent Canby, The New York Times)


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