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Black Mass (4-Sep-2015)

Director: Scott Cooper

Writers: Jez Butterworth; Mark Mallouk

Based on a book: Black Mass by Dick Lehr and Gerard O'Neill

Keywords: True Crime, Biography

Whitey Bulger leverages his status as an FBI informant to rise to the top of Boston's criminal underworld.

ABSTRACT
Whitey Bulger, organized criminal terrorizing the streets of South Boston, crosses paths with childhood friend John Connolly, now a higher-up in the FBI's Boston branch. Under the guise of an "alliance" to take down the Italian Mafia, Bulger -- brother of the president of the Massachusetts State Senate -- is given free license to expand his empire and become one of the most fearsome mob bosses in America.

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