It s been over a year since James Gandolfini died at the age of 51, but the loss of someone who was such a vital presence on and off screen is still hard to absorb. Screenwriter/novelist Dennis Lehane recounts how once he learned that Gandolfini would be playing the part of the Brooklyn bar owner/local crime boss, he decided to bulk the role up with extra lines, knowing he had an actor who could handle anything thrown at him.
In the projects of Brownsville, Brooklyn, the New York Police Department s new strategy, Omnipresence, is what it says. Despite promises of change, to some it feels like stop and frisk by another name.
Temptations abound when a new cast heads to Brooklyn to explore life beyond their Amish culture. Young mother Miriam dreams of working in construction; Vonda recently lost a boyfriend to cancer; Barbie is getting pressure to settle down; Bates dreams of becoming an actor; and with a baby on the way, Matthias must decide if he'll stay home with his wife or pursue a music career.
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