Directed by Tommy Pallotta
In 1978, Director, Martin Scorsese turned his camera on his friend and roommate, Steven Prince, with his lost documentary "American Boy".
Best known for his role as the gun salesman in Taxi Driver, Prince was a true-life raconteur, actor, ex-drug addict, and road manager for Neil Diamond. To Scorsese, Steven's life was more fascinating than what any screenwriter could dream up, it had to be captured in celluloid. To Tarantino, one of the most memorable scenes in film history is an homage that actually happened to Prince in real life. Three decades later, filmmaker Tommy Pallotta draws out Steven Prince to recount his days since "American Boy" and to compose the next chapter of his story.
American Prince had its world premiere at SXSW film festival and its European premiere at the Rome Film Festival. It was also released by the filmmaker via bittorrent and was downloaded to over 100 countries in less than one week.
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