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A Bronx Tale Its 1960 in New York City in the middle of the bronx Living at East 187th Street is the family of Calogero played at age 9 by Francis Capra and at age 17 by Lillo Brancato Calogeros father Lorenzo believes that a man should make an honest living to support his family and refuses to be involved in anything that is illegal such as working for Sonny the local boss Lorenzo is played by Robert De Niro However Calogero idolizes Sonny and when given the oppurtunity to help the boss beat a murder charge Calogero helps him out As greatful as Sonny was he took the 9-year old under his wing and despite the protestations of Lorenzo the two developed a bond As a result of their relationship Calogero now has two people each giving him different advice and neither respecting what the other has to say Lifes difficult choices when tackled by conscience lead to survival in a brutal world Robert De Niro has appeared in some of the greatest gangster films of the past two decades As the director of this film it doesnt come as a surprise to anyone that De Niro has chosen this genre for his first behind the camera motion picture A Bronx Tale covers little new ground but the materials presentation is anything but ordinary Sure on the surface its another gangster movie but the story has a lot more to it A Bronx Tale gives its viewers an overly aspiring perspective but the film has a lot of emotional meaning Violence in this film is limited While there are graphic beatings we see little blood Instead the characters are kept at center focus The characters are very human very believable and very compelling to watch De Niros direction is excellent he fills the film with details and makes clear points within every frame Growing up in such a
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