Review: Gritty, Dark Heist Drama 'Across 110th Street' (On The Big Screen This Weekend At MoMI)

If you're in New York this weekend, it'll screen on Saturday, August 24, at the Museum of the Moving Image, in Queens, as part of its Fun City: New York in the Movies 1967–75 screening series, curated by film critic and historian J. Hoberman. Across 110th Street is set in Harlem, New York, where 110th Street is an informal boundary line, separating Harlem from Central Park; symbolically dividing New York City by wealth, class and race (although that's certainly no longer quite the case, 41 years after the film was made. Three black armed robbers (Paul Benjamin, Antonio Fargas and Ed Bernard) slaughter five men - three Blacks and two Italians - in a...

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