It's Been a Banner Year For Brooklyn-Based Movies. But Is There a 'Brooklyn Film'?

Cecilia Granata
New York Press | December 10, 2009
The notably thriving social enclaves of Brooklyn—particularly the areas of Williamsburg and Greenpoint—have grown increasingly gentrified in direct proportion to the down-and-dirty mystique. In that conflict lies a distinct two-headed beast ever-present in the movies of the region.

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