Rainbow Line
May 2010
Rainbow Line

Brooklyn Center Cinema
 and the Brooklyn College Film Department
in association with
Overture Films

 A Film
Presented in
Also in

Friday,  May 7th, 2010 -- 2pm Matinee Only

Walt Whitman Theatre
Admission is FREE!

On the Giant Screen and in breathtaking 6 Channel Total Surround MegaSound, the last film of the season is fittingly one that emerges from pages of writer and Brooklyite, Michael C. Martin.  Powerful and unflinching, the film immerses the viewer in the nether world -- some would call it a subculture of its own -- of police, drug dealers, detectives, and pimps.  How three of Brooklyn's Finest maneuver through the rules, some legitmate, some fabricated for their own sense of self-worth and some necessarily broken for their survival. These three seemingly unconnected Brooklyn cops wind up at the same deadly location after enduring vastly different career paths.

This film is Rated [R] by MPAA Rating Code due to bloody violence throughout, strong language, nudity, drug use, sexual content including simulated sex. For more about the MPAA Rating System, go to

A Panavision Film Presented with Ultra High Definition Bausch & Lomb
CinemaScope 55 Lenses.  A Dolby Digital Release Presented in 6 Channel Total Surround MegaSound.

Richard Gere and Ethan Hawke in a hard-hitting study of ordinary beat cops faced with the the dangers, frustrations and temptations that engulf them and impact their lives on a daily basis.
Wesley Snipes and Don Cheadel in Antoine Fuqua's BROOKLYN'S FINEST in a story that probes the gray areas of  legal and illegal, right and wrong and in the end, every man has a moment of truth.

Q&A after the film with writer Michael C. Martin.  Join us for a lively discussion.

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