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  1. Dec 31, 2003 · Martin Scorsese’s “Mean Streets” is not primarily about punk gangsters at all, but about living in a state of sin. For Catholics raised before Vatican II, it has a resonance that it may lack for other audiences. The film recalls days when there was a greater emphasis on sin--and rigid ground rules, inspiring dread of eternal suffering if a sinner died without absolution.The key words in ...

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  4. Pauline Kael. Martin Scorsese’s Mean Streets is a true original of our period, a triumph of personal filmmaking. It has its own hallucinatory look; the charac­ters live in the darkness of bars, with lighting and color just this side of lurid. It has its own unsettling, episodic rhythm and a high-charged emo­tional range that is dizzyingly sensual.

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  6. Mean Streets (1973) Cast and Crew. Mean Streets. (1973) Cast and Crew. "You don't make up for your sins in church. You do it in the streets..." TMDb Score. 72. R 1 hr 52 min Oct 2nd, 1973 Crime ...

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