PG | | Comedy, Crime
An N.Y.C. film school student accepts a job with a local mobster who resembles a famous cinema godfather and who takes the young man under his wing, after demanding total loyalty.
One day after filming, Marlon Brando left in the trunk of his car to avoid photographers.
Dwight Armstrong, Clark's Step-father:
Over there! Look!
Clark Kellogg: Dwight?
Dwight Armstrong, Clark's Step-father: Shh!
Clark Kellogg: Dwight, don't. Don't, really.
Hunter: Hey, asshole! What are ya, nuts? You can't see the cap, it's not orange enough for ya?
Dwight Armstrong, Clark's Step-father: Get out of these woods!
When Clark finds the "social club" to meet Carmine Sabatini the windows on either side of the door metal security curtains pulled down, yet when Clark leaves there is bright light shining through the windows.
"Mr. Brando's Skating Coach" is credited as "Sandra Bezic."
English, Italian, German, French
$205,876 (USA) (22 July 1990)
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