R | | Crime, Drama
A former Prohibition-era Jewish gangster returns to the Lower East Side of Manhattan over thirty years later, where he once again must confront the ghosts and regrets of his old life.
Writer Stuart Kaminsky was brought in as he was Jewish himself and had written many 1940s mystery tales, and so could realistically tie the film to the Jewish culture and still maintain the mystery surrounding Noodles' life. Kaminsky was also an admirer of Sergio Leone and ... ...
Where is he? Where's he hiding?
Eve: I don't know... I've been looking for him since yesterday.
Beefy: I'm gonna ask you for the last time: Where is he?
Eve: I don't know... What are you gonna do to him?
Beefy: Stay here in case that rat shows up...
When Noodles first meets the adult Deborah (1.45:30) his hair is dry and neatly combed but moments later he walks through a door to first meet Frankie Manoldi and his hair is noticeably oily and more tousled.
Joey Faye is credited as the "adorable old man."
English, Italian, French
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