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Actor and producer Russ Camada has send us over information for the next screening of "The Night Never Sleeps". The film starring Eric Roberts, Armand Assante and Robert Clohessy recently picked up an award at the Hoboken International Film Festival. "The Night Never Sleeps" comes home to Long Island to take part at the 2012 Long Island International Film Expo. The screening will take place at Bellmore Movies on
222 Pettit Avenue in Bellmore, NY on July 13th.
You can purchase tickets for the screening at: https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pe/9674252
Remember although the film has not been rated it is NOT for those under 17! Violence, language, nudity, etc. Treat it like an "R".
For more information on this film, you can visit and "Like" the film's official Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Night-Never-Sleeps
Set in New York City and written by career cop Michael Lovaglio, "The Night Never Sleeps" follows the journey of New York Street Crimes Sargent Thomas Cavanaugh (Dan Brennan) during the course of one night as he and his partners Rourke (Stephanie Finochio) and Jablonsky (Robert Clohessy) hunt down murderers of one of their task force. Pulling information from the denizens of the crime infested neighborhood, like seedy pimp, Hector (Eric Roberts), it becomes clear to the cops that those responsible are the Chicos Locos gang. A group headed by local drug dealer Victor Vargas( Jose Hernandez Jr.) and enforced by the ruthless, psycopathic killer "Iceman" (Russ Camarda). Cavanaugh begins to realize that Vargas' gang may be getting help... from inside the police deptartment. Internal Affairs Inspector Romanelli (Armand Assante) tips Cavanaugh off to the fact that there may be something rotten in his task force. Boundaries are crossed, lines are blurred...How far will Cavanaugh go for justice. Gritty, dark and authentic, "The Night Never Sleeps", with a driving score, and standout performances, evokes the spirit of films like "Taxi Driver" and "The French Connection" If you want to kill the Devil, you have to go to Hell to do it.