Sunday, April 4, 2010

44 wins "Best Narrative Feature Film" at the 2007 Long Island Latino International Film Festival




Antonio Saillant playing Juan, the Drug King Pin of Brooklyn, from the movie "44" . 44 wins "Best Narrative Feature Film" at the 2007 Long Island Latino International Film Festival... 44 is an "Official Selection" of the 2007 Long Island Latino International Film Festival.
Inspired by actual events, 44 is the story of Migs, an 18 year old high school student trapped between the two opposing forces of his father, a drug dealer and convicted felon, and his mother, an NYPD cop. For the last two years, Migs has been forced to lead a double life. His ambitious yet arrogant father has placed Migs in charge of his drug operation while he is incarcerated. At the same time, Migs is living with his well-meaning but hot-tempered mother. Now, with his father out of prison and attempting to regain control of his business, and his mother trying to regain control of her son’s life, Migs is forced to make the most difficult choices of his life. Determined to find his own destiny, he must navigate the forces around him that threaten his dreams of what life should be. Out of this power struggle emerges a story that lives in the blurry twilight between right and wrong, and finds that all choices, whether made voluntarily or forced upon us still have definite consequences.
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