After Hours
After Hours
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Five films from one of the greatest American filmmaking talents are collected for the first time in this set. Includes Scorsese's first film, Who''s That Knocking at My Door (1968, 90 mins.), about the relationship between a young, Catholic kid (Harvey Keitel, in his screen debut) who still has a lot of ties to the old neighborhood, and the independent college student (Zina Bethune) he falls for; Mean Streets (1973, 112 mins.), a gritty, violen t film set in New York''s Little Italy, which follows Harvey Keitel as he slowly climbs into the hierarchy of a local Mafia family. Alice Doesn''t Live Here Anymore (1974, 105 mins.), a subtle film that transforms a woman''s strugg le into a memorable symbol of liberation and courage, with Ellen Burstyn in an Academy Award-winning performance; a Special Edition verison of After Hours (1985, 97 mins.), a dark, fish-out-of-water comedy, with Griffin Dunne as the passive everyman who runs into a mess of trouble one night in SoHo; and a Special Edition version of the classic, GoodFellas (1990 , 148 mins.), an impeccably constructed film about three decades of life wit h the mob. Stars Ray Liotta, Robert De Niro, and Joe Pesci. Martin Scorsese---USA---1969-90---542 mins.

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