Actors:Alessandro Nivola, Leslie Odom Jr., Michael Gandolfini, Ray Liotta, Michela De Rossi, Vera Farmiga, Corey Stoll, Jon Bernthal, Billy Magnussen, John Magaro, Talia Balsam, Patina Miller, Joey Diaz, Germar Terrell Gardner, Michael Imperioli, Samson Moeakiola, Alexandra Intrator, Gabriella Piazza, Mason Bleu, Aaron Joshua, Lesli Margherita, Kathryn Kates, Nick Vallelonga, Ed Marinaro, William Ludwig, Mattea Conforti, Matteo Russo, Robert Vincent Montano, Chase Vacnin, Rob Colletti, De'Jon Watts, Nick DeMatteo, Matt Grossman, Chris LaPanta, Patricia Squire, Amelia Fowler, Prema Cruz, Maliq Johnson, Sam Labovitz, Daryl Edwards, Matthew Elam, Anthony Angelo Pizza, Jr., Audrey Bennett, Nicola Gabriele, Spenser Granese, Michael Zegarski, Michael Kaves, Vinnie Costanza, Ian Unterman, Lizzy Plimpton, Erik Weiner, Alex Morf, Bryce Burke, Joel Boyd, William Youmans, Andrew Polk, Ohene Cornelius, Craig Geraghty, Nygel Bush, Carrie Compere, Oberon K.A. Adjepong, Lexie Foley, Phyllis Pastore, Tatienne Hendricks-Tellefsen, Ayodele Olatunji, CJ Fly, Dessy Hinds, Laurie Sheppard, Marianne Ferrari, Julian Lerner, Stella Chivee, Louis Vanaria, Latoya Edwards, John Borras, Jodi Capeless, Lauren DiMario, Danny Schoch, Jesse Schratz
Plot of the film "The Many Saints of Newark"
In the 1960s, various clans of Italian gangsters still completely run New Jersey. Tony Soprano's father did not get out of prison, and his mother Olivia was depressed. Uncle Dick Moltisanti was a real life reference point for the future mafia. The handsome man seemed to have stepped off the cover of a glossy magazine. He did not disdain to deal with African Americans, and they were part of his group. But the married stepson unexpectedly falls in love with a young stepmother Giuseppina, whom his elderly parent brings from Italy. A passionate romance breaks out between them. The hero is torn between the conscientious performance of gangster duties and the Oedipal complex that he feels for his father. Only one person from a large family undoubtedly understands his torment, but a friend is serving a life sentence in prison. At this time, riots break out, caused by the arbitrariness of the police. The guards beat up a black taxi driver. Moltisanti's assistant creates his own gang of African-Americans and does not want to obey the Italians anymore. The area named Newark is predominantly populated by African Americans. They have their own interests and concepts. Ethnic and criminal confrontation escalates into bloody street battles. Taking advantage of the chaos, Dickie commits an impulsive act, which leads to irreparable consequences.