The North End (1998)

  • Drama
  • 1h 35m

Starring the late, great Frank Vincent (“The Sopranos”, “Goodfellas”, “Casino”) and set entirely in Boston’s famous Italian-American neighborhood of the same name, “The North End” is the debut film from local filmmakers Frank and Joseph Ciota and is the story of a changing neighborhood.

When two young Harvard graduates move into the North End and fall for the same beautiful neighborhood girl the stage is set for an explosive confrontation between the old and the new.

Director

Frank Ciota

Language(s)

English

Bonus Content

2 mins
The North End Bonus Content

Frank Vincent (as Dom DiBella), Lina Sivio (as Danielle Amato) and Matthew Del Negro (as Freddie Fabucci) in a scene from “The North End” in which Danille meets with Dom and Dom warns Freddie to be careful.

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