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    Tribeca Review: Keith Miller’s ‘Five Star’ Is An Authentic & Affecting Urban Drama

    Like a highly-rated Michelin restaurant, Primo is par excellence. A “five star” member of the Bloods in Fort Green, Brooklyn, Primo is akin to an Italian mobster’s made-man status; he’s untouchable. His word is bond. So when local teenager John’s absent father is killed by a stray bullet in the stre...

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    Tribeca Film Festival: 'Five Star' Director on The Thin Line Between Fact and Fiction

    One of the first questions people ask about "Five Star" is, "How much of it is scripted?"

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    Tribeca Review: 'Five Star' Is A Refreshing Take On A Setting & Characters Too Often Sensationalized

    Tribeca Review: 'Five Star' Is A Refreshing Take On A Setting & Characters Too Often Sensationalized

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    Tribeca Review: You've Never Seen a Gang Movie Like the Startlingly Realistic 'Five Star'

    As a sociological experiment, "Five Star" offers plenty of talking points, but its real triumph is a gritty foundation of realism.

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    Meet the 2014 Tribeca Filmmakers #17: Keith Miller Engages the Space Outside the Frame with 'Five Star'

    Keith Miller has been crafting shorts, documentaries, and features since 2005 (including last year's "Welcome to Pine Hill" with Jaiden Kaine). Exploring gang life, urbanity, and manhood, Miller brings "Five Star" to Tribeca, the story of a gang leader's relationship to a young man caught at a cros...

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    Review: ‘Welcome To Pine Hill’ Is An Admirably Quiet & Introspective Look At Mortality & Redemption

    Shannon, or Abu, as he sometimes goes by, is a man caught in time. Haunted by his past of selling drugs, crime and various illegal activities, the 20-something black man is trying to cultivate a future while doing his best to stay on the correct side of what's right. But trying to stay on the righte...

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    Exclusive: Oscilloscope Laboratories Releasing Slamdance Winner 'Welcome To Pine Hill'

    Always eclectic, individual and interesting, Oscilloscope Laboratories has unveiled a slate of films this year that has included everything from the beautiful, 70mm wonder "Samsara," LCD Soundsystem's farewell "Shut Up And Play The Hits," Todd Louiso's tender "Hello I Must Be Going," Andrea Arnold's...

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