Nov 24- 30

Rated NR

1 Hour 36 Minutes

In the early 1970s, one man stood up to the entire New York City police force. Hailed as a hero by many, hated by others, officer Frank Serpico made headlines when he blew the whistle on a culture of bribery and corruption within the department. His one-man crusade for police reform inspired the Al Pacino classic that bears his name, but the real life saga is as gripping as anything Hollywood could dream up. Now, Serpico tells his story in his own words: from his Italian-American roots in Brooklyn to his disillusionment with the NYPD to his riveting account of a dramatic drug bust-and possible set-up-that ended with him being shot in the face. Featuring music by Jack White and interviews with Serpico’s associates and admirers-including Luc Sante and John Turturro-this is an inspiring, all-access portrait of a courageous man who refused to betray his ideals.

24-Nov 2:00pm,8:00pm
25-Nov 2:00pm Only
26-Nov Not Shown
27-Nov Theater Closed
28-Nov 2:00pm Only
29-Nov 2:00pm,8:00pm
30-Nov 2:00pm,8:00pm



A story which has lost none of its impact in the course of time. Fascinating, intensely personal.” -Screen Daily

The definitive documentary on the world’s most famous police officer.” Forbes

A wondrous portrait…” New Yorker