The Pope of Greenwich Village

Gritty urban drama, laced with humor and reminiscent of "Mean Streets," with Mickey Rourke and Eric Roberts as two street toughs who wind up crossing with the Mafia. Co-stars Daryl Hannah, Kenneth McMillan.

Year: 1984
Genre: Drama
Country: USA
Director: Stuart Rosenberg
Starring: Burt Young, Daryl Hannah, Eric Roberts, Geraldine Page, Mickey Rourke, Kenneth McMillan
Duration: 115 Minutes
Rating: PG - Contains coarse language.
Location in store: Drama



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