Set amid the social turmoil of the late sixties, "Right to Kill"
is a Brooklyn tale about street smart characters, loyalty, romance,
gritty combat, murder, and a touch of humor - all contributing to
epic moral dilemma.
A law student from a blue-collar neighborhood, Sean Cercone,
puts his life on hold to join the Marine Corps. He makes his way
from Gravesend, Brooklyn through Marine officer training and onto
the blood soaked fields of Quang Tri. The crucible of vicious
combat in Vietnam and a senseless killing back home crush his moral
Sean makes a clandestine trip out of the war zone back to his
neighborhood to carry out vengeful mission and subsequently returns
undetected to Vietnam. Coming home a second time damaged in body
and mind, his family, boyhood friends, a war widow, and a holocaust
survivor all try to help him attain peace and move on with his
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