Brooklyn Rules

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Brooklyn Rules is a 2007 movie, starring Alec Baldwin, about three Catholic boys growing up with the Italian mafia and the Catholic Church. One is a cheapskate, another is vain, and the third has no conscience (and so becomes a Columbia-educated lawyer).

As the movie opens, a scene of brutality is undercut by the Rolling Stones singing "Sympathy for the Devil".