R | | Action, Crime, Drama
The wives of New York gangsters in Hell's Kitchen in the 1970s continue to operate their husbands' rackets after they're locked up in prison.
When referring to a site for a planned convention center project, Alfonso Coretti mentions "some millionaire's kid, a little s**t-for-brains." The project would become the Javitz Center, and the millionaire's kid is Donald Trump who owned the option on the rail yard site that the Center would eventually be built upon.
Bunch of men that have forgotten what family means.
Ruby O'Carroll: So we remind them.
At the 12:34 mark when Elisabeth Moss' character leaves the diner, an address number next door shows 6920. That shows that the shot was nowhere near Hell's Kitchen. (Actually it's 3rd avenue in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn.)
Retro-style versions of the Warner Bros. and New Line Cinema logos are used, suiting the film's 1970s setting.
$5,527,410 11 August 2019