Son of No One Filming on Grand Street

Posted on: April 19th, 2010 at 6:18 am by

Just a few short blocks from where the Grand Street fire burned, and still in smelling distance of its aftermath, filming commences today for the feature film Son of No One.  The shoot will lay claim to the area along Grand Street between Allen and Ludlow.

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Son of No One is a city-centric crime drama and boasts quite the cast, featuring Al Pacino (HOO-AHH!), Channing Tatum, Ray Liotta, and Katie Holmes.  The plot as summarized by the New York Times:

As a teenager in Queens, Jonathan White, the son of a cop killed in the line of duty, committed a horrible crime, only to be bailed out by a detective who was his father’s former partner. Sixteen years later, Jonathan, now a cop, is living a happy life with his wife and daughter in Long Island, when a newspaper publishes an anonymous letter describing the details of the his horrible secret, throwing his life into a tailspin

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