Brooklyn Lobster (2006)
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Martin Scorsese Presents...
|Frank and maureen giorgio's once orderly lives have been thrown into chaos since the bank that loaned frank money for a restaurant addition to his lobster business has folded. With the threat of a public auction looming, the very proud and stubborn frank, his family and friends attempt to save the shop.|
"...genuinely engaging drama... Joe Leydon, Variety
"The kind of smart, realistic indie family drama the movies should give us more often... Michael Wilmington, Chicago Tribune
Editor's NoteBased on a true story, BROOKLYN LOBSTER centers on a single New York family as they struggle with a failing family business. When the bank threatens to foreclose on his small lobster shop, Frank Giorgio (Danny Aiello) does all he can to save it. A landmark in the community, Giorgio's Lobster Farm belonged to Frank's father before him. As Frank focuses solely on rescuing the business, his wife (Jane Curtin) has taken his inattention to heart and wants out of the marriage. In the midst of their problems, their son (Daniel Sauli) returns home for the holidays to find both the business and his parents' marriage in trouble. BROOKLYN LOBSTER offers an intimate look at how a family relates when the elements that define them begin to change. Like most family relationships, the Giorgios' interactions are marked by both humor and heartache, giving this film a feeling of realism.
Cast & Crew
|Craig Maher - Original Music By|
|David Tumblety - Cinematographer|
|Elke Bargas - Art Director|
|Jon Messner, et. al. - Executive Producer|
|Kevin Jordan - Director|
|Kevin Jordan - Writer|
|Mako Kamitsuna - Editor|