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00In Brooklyns 65th Precinct there were four cops During seven critical days Sal Tango and Eddie find themselves dashing toward the same deadly crime scene and a devastating impact with fate Officer Sal Procida wants to provide a better life for his suffering family Tango was the undercover cop who realized his loyalties have started to alter from his colleague police officers to his friend Caz who was one of Brooklyns most big time drug dealers Eddie was a veteran E who was just tired of living and he was only a few days away from his retirement All three cops face a test each day with personal and work pressures bearing down on them in the most difficult jobIn The beginning Sal killed Carlo in a traffic stop for leaving the bar fast while intoxicated Carlo then explained the situation to Sal and how he was right for leaving from the bar even though he was wrong for driving drunk So Sal shoots Carlo in the face then he grabs a bloody paper bag filled with money and leaves Throughout the movie he showed all kinds of bad virtues He lied to his kids many times about getting a new house Narcotics Cop Sal Procida is desperate to getting money for his family Sal will do just about anything to get money for his family He confesses to the murder that he committed saying that it was right because he was a bad guy but it was also for the money that he stole from him Sal didnt have any right to shoot Carlo and then take his money Sal showed bad virtue when he goes to God and asks for help for the wrong reasons instead of asking for Gods forgiveness in something he did that was bad Sal clearly stated he didnt want Gods forgiveness he just wants his help Sal apologizes to the priest for his language and attitude before
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