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Published on Feb 3, 2006
The grandchildren of Hubert Selby Jr.'s "Last Exit To Brooklyn" are not well. Director John Knapich and Co-Writer Tom Kelly introduce us to an urban world of hope and heartbreak in this story of two bargain basement dreamers. Set in a working-class Brooklyn and featuring a colorful array of intriguing misfits, this compassionately told comic-drama, about the intertwined fates of a troubled young man and a dim-witted janitor, observes an urban America both fortified and betrayed by two-bit fantasies.