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Watch a Candid Q&A with the Corrupt Cops of New NYPD Documentary Video description

Watch a Candid Q&A with the Corrupt Cops of New NYPD Documentary

Williamsburg's Nitehawk Cinema hosted a special panel discussion with the polarizing subjects of Tiller Russell's new documentary The Seven Five, a searing exposé of police corruption in East New York during the eighties-era crack epidemic.

First see the film -- featured on last week's WHAT TO SEE series and still playing at Nitehawk, IFC Center, and Flatbush's Kent Theater -- and then watch this revealing, first-hand discussion on the ugly history among some of New York's Finest.

It's the sort of riveting, remorseful real-life story that future Martin Scorsese crime epics are made of.


"One of the things I like about acting is that, in a funny way, I come back to myself." On his birthday, Bill Murray at work on the sets of four movies: THE LIFE AQUATIC WITH STEVE ZISSOU (2004), LOST IN TRANSLATION (2003), GHOSTBUSTERS (1984), and TOOTSIE (1982).


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