Films

City Island

March 19th 2010
  • Drama,
  • PG-13,
  • 100 min,
  • Overture Films
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  • Cast: Alan Arkin, Andy Garcia, Julianna Margulies, Emily Mortimer, Steven Strait, Sharon Angela, Curtiss Cook, Dominik GarcĂ­a-Lorido, Hope Glendon-Ross, Adam Larrabee, Ezra Miller, Rocco Parente, Carrie Baker Reynolds, Marshall Efron, Benjamin Mathes, Jennifer Larkin
  • Director: Raymond De Felitta
  • Writer: Raymond De Felitta
  • Producers: Raymond De Felitta, Andy Garcia, Zachary Matz, Lauren Versel
  • Executive Producers: Maria Teresa Arida, Milutin G. Gatsby, Luis de Val, Antonio Gijon, Grzegorz Hajdarowicz, Michael Roban, Lucia Seabra
  • Art Direction: Sorangel Fersobe
  • Castings: Sheila Jaffe, Meredith Tucker
  • Costume Design: Tere Duncan
  • D.O.P.: Vanja Cernjul
  • Editor: David Leonard
  • Makeup: Joseph Farulla
  • Music: Jan A.P. Kaczmarek
  • Production Design: Franckie Diago
  • Set Decoration: Kelley Burney

Storyline

Based upon De Felitta's original screenplay, "City Island" is the story of a Bronx prison deputy Vince Rizzo (Garcia) who recognizes a prisoner (Strait) as his grown child whom he sired with another woman twenty years earlier. He decides to be the young man's guardian in Rizzo's family's home, but his efforts to conceal the nature of his relationship to the young man promptly begin to unravel the complex web of deceits which have worn the family fabric threadbare through the years. The title refers to the actual fishing village in the Bronx where the story is set.

Basic Information

  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • MPAA Warning: Sexual content, smoking and language
  • Production Companies: CineSon Entertainment, Medici Entertainment, Lucky Monkey Pictures, Gremi Film Production, Filmsmith Productions

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Trivia

- The title of the film refers to the area of the Bronx, City Island, where the film is set.

- Winner of the Audience Award at the 2009 Tribeca Film Festival.

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Worldwide Release Dates

  • 20 August 2009: Israel
  • 8 October 2009: Slovenia
  • 20 November 2009: Spain
  • 10 December 2009: Greece
  • 20 January 2010: France
  • 29 January 2010: Brazil