In the streets of East Los Angeles, Manny is a formidable drug dealer. Impressed by his extravagant lifestyle and prowess, his young son, Kilo, yearns to follow in his footsteps. Kilo ... See full summary »
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Paz de la Huerta,
During the first day of shooting Damian Chapa (director, lead) suffered a motorcycle accident that almost killed him. The production schedule was delayed but after 8 hours of rest, Damian got back to the film even with a broken hand and bruises on his face. See more »
The entry of the Pennsylvania Station which Brando exits shows the current design on it rather than the one from 1943. See more »
The opening credits say "For my son Peter who lives in Munich, Gina O'Brien and Celeste (Kitty) Sands ... your Irish eyes are smiling. Joan Corrales ... God sees everything." See more »
Marlon Brando was the greatest actor of all times, this movie is a disgrace. I'm so disappointed and sad. I hope someday there will be a different kind of Brando-movie, and it will respect Marlon and his legacy. His life story deserves a great script,great director and great actors. This guy, who had a master plan to make this kind of B-rate movie of Brando, should be ashamed of himself. I'm so ashamed, that I even watched this whole movie. I will erase it from my memory,and think that this movie don't even exist. Thank god Marlon isn't here to see this awful parody of his life. There's a one thing that I liked on this movie, Damian Chapa's voice was just like Marlon's. Hence 1 star.
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