"You don't pay for your sins in church, but in the streets." Waking to the sound of the Ronettes, guilt-ridden small-time hood Harvey Keitel tries to keep a low Mafioso profile, but loco pal Robert De Niro just doesn't seem to give a damn about those gambling debts. Martin Scorsese's frenzied breakthrough work was "a true original of our period, a triumph of personal filmmaking." – Pauline Kael. DIR/SCR Martin Scorsese; SCR Mardik Martin; PROD Jonathan T. Taplin. U.S., 1973, color, 112 min. RATED R
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