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Cadillac: A Mobster Fairy Tale

In 1969, after the love of his life leaves him in the dust, a young soldier in Boston’s Italian Mafia must decide whether his future will be one of violence and lust, or love and morality. Cadillac: A Mobster Fairy Take is a student film directed by Robert Curreri.

Robert Curreri is a filmmaker from Beverly, Massachusetts and a recent graduate of Emerson College with a degree in Film and TV Production as well as a history minor. His passion for storytelling goes as far back as his earliest childhood memories creating stories in his head and playing them out with action figures on his living room floor. Films such as Star Wars, Harry Potter, and Pirates of the Caribbean introduced him to the endless, other-worldly possibilities that movie-making offers. It's since then that his creative mind has expanded and matured into what it is today. He believes that storytelling is an essential part of society and is something that can be traced back to the earliest of civilizations. As an active studier of history, he sees filmmaking as the only tangible method of time-travel we possess today and value it as the ultimate tool for his to explore the stories, worlds, and people of the past, future, and present. It is through his art that he wishes to inspire the next generation of storytellers as so many inspired him.


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