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Blood Ties (20-May-2013)

Director: Guillaume Canet

Writers: Guillaume Canet; James Gray

From novel: Deux freres, un flic, un truand by Bruno Papet and Michel Papet

Keywords: Crime

Two Brooklyn brothers separated by their respective paths in life find themselves squaring off against each other.

ABSTRACT
Chris, a fifty-year old career criminal operating out of Brooklyn in 1974, exits prison after serving several years for his role in a gang-related killing. Existing on the opposite side of the classic cops-and-robbers fence is his brother, police officer Frank, a man whose idealistic mindset and willingness to try and reform men in need comes into ultimate conflict with his sibling's hardened soul in this formulaic character piece about family troubles in the big city.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
James Caan
Actor
26-Mar-1940   Vegas
Marion Cotillard
Actor
30-Sep-1975   Taxi
Billy Crudup
Actor
8-Jul-1968   Almost Famous and Stage Beauty
Griffin Dunne
Actor
8-Jun-1955   An American Werewolf in London
Noah Emmerich
Actor
27-Feb-1965   The Truman Show
Mila Kunis
Actor
14-Aug-1983   Jackie on That 70's Show
Domenick Lombardozzi
Actor
25-Mar-1976   Herc on The Wire
Clive Owen
Actor
3-Oct-1964   The Bourne Identity assassin
Zoe Saldana
Actor
19-Jun-1978   Avatar and Star Trek
Lili Taylor
Actor
20-Feb-1967   Six Feet Under
John Ventimiglia
Actor
17-Jul-1963   Artie Bucco on The Sopranos

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