The Prince of Arthur Avenue -- It's another lovely day in Little Italy: the sun is shining, the birds are singing - and an aging mobster is strolling down Arthur Avenue on his way to a
Frank Bernardo, a man who is both respected and feared, has lived here all his life - in fact, he pretty much runs things around here - and although these days the neighborhood is packed with tourists, it's still a great place. Frank is greeted by his dependable capo, Sonny, at Frank's stylish restaurant, a place where reality seems to merge with the romance associated with mob life: just down the street is where 'The Godfather' hit scene was filmed; and in the next block is where a waiter named Joe Pesci was discovered by Robert De Niro. Here, over a bottle of Chianti, Frank Bernardo reminisces about the good old days, when mobsters got whatever they wanted - and when the code of 'onorta', or honor - still meant something. But it's
still a violent and vindictive world - as we are soon reminded, when Frank orders Sonny to whack an associate.
Sonny, whose sense of honor and duty is unbounded, accedes to Frank's command with scant protest; and he and Tony, a less-principled mobster, plan the job.
But on Arthur Avenue, things are not always the way they seem - and Sonny finds himself confronted with an agonizing decision that will leave him no way out.
Producer/director Terrence Knight turned downtown Olympia, Washington, into a facsimile of the Bronx to make 'The Prince of Arthur Avenue', an entertaining and exciting short about the anguished demands of honor in a violent world. It's a thrilling mob-genre action flick with a cryptic message and, above all, is entertaining as all hell.
(rough language, violence) www.knightvisionmedia.net
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