- Rated: R
- Run Time: 3 hours, 2 minutes
- Video: Color
- Released: June 2, 2009
- Originally Released: 2009
- Label: Platinum Disc
- Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
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Description by OLDIES.com:
A Brooklyn State of Mind (1996, Color):
Still living in the same suburb where they were born, childhood friends Al Stanco (Spano) and Nicky Vetrino (Rick Aiello, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me) work occasional and increasingly violent "odd jobs" for family friend and local crime lord, Danny Parente(Danny Aiello). But when an alluring new tenant (Maria Grazia Cucinotta, Il Postino) moves into Al's building, her constant probing stirs up unresolved questions and painful memories of an unsolved family murder. Now, as the lines between friends and enemies begin to blur, Al must re-examine his loyalties as he seeks the truth in a neighborhood where questions are never asked - and anyone who dares to resist may pay dearly with his life.
You Move You Die (Color): Mike has the girl, the time, and the place. The problem is...he doesn't have the ring. Before Mike has the chance to make his proposal, he's mugged at random and the ring is stolen. Now, desperate to recover it, he and his friends have just one hour to get the ring back and make the date before all is lost with his 'beloved' Emma. But neither Mike nor his friends are what they seem - and before the hour is up, a lot of people will die... Shot in real time, You Move You Die is an intense, potent mix of biting wit and tongue-in-cheek comedy. Prepare for an explosive film with a jarring dose of reality.