The Gritty King of New York

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Abel Ferrara, the ghoulishly looking American film director, whose film The Bad Lieutenant has been a perennial favorite ever since I first saw it in the early 90s, especially for Harvey Keitel’s riveting tour de force performance, is one of the most eccentric and cryptic figures I’ve met. From his fertile mind, has poured a ...

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Tipping the Scales of Justice for the Rich and Infamous

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One evening in the late 1980s, during my time working at Cafe Nicholson’s in Manhattan, I had a memorable encounter with none other than F. Lee Bailey. This legendary legal giant had built a formidable career spanning over half a century, representing a host of notorious and infamous miscreants. Bailey first captured my attention during ...

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