Mean Streets (by Martin Scorsese, 1973)
_______ In the neighborhood of Little Italy, in New York, Charlie (Harvey Keitel) and Johny Boy (Robert De Niro) aspired to be gangsters. Charlie is likely to succeed, thanks to his uncle, well integrated into the mafia, who promises him the management of a restaurant. But Johny Boy, him, has accumulated debts he's not gonna pay off and multiplies what appears more and more as provocations. Charlie, marked by religion and the figure of Saint Francis of Assisi, tries to save a Johny Boy who condemns himself every day more.