Friday, May 13, 2011

Intervention, by Anton Evangelista included in the Bronx Week Film Festival

Here is some news on a last minute entry for next weeks Bronx Week Film Festival. Intervention, by Anton Evangelista will be shown at the Bruckner Bar and Grill on Tuesday May 17th at 3pm. For those interested in learning more about the film I posted a brief synopsis below and the trailer for the film. Free tickets are available while they last at;


"When a young Italian American couple living in the Bronx in 1968 get over their heads financially, she starts working nights and he starts moonlighting at a chop shop. These jobs bring new stresses to their relationship until he sets out with a gun to kill the love of his life. Will there be an intervention in time?"

1 comment:

Marc54 said...

This is a pretty decent film. I'm sorry I will not be able to see it this time around. I caught the the film when it was playing the festival cicuit in Montreal around 2004-2005 at the Le pettite de monde festival there. In many ways it's a slice of bronx life, similer to "A Bronx Tale" and more recently "City Island"