Spike Lee hooks BK residents with new film

Filmmaker Spike Lee has many Brooklyn residents hooked with his new documentary. "Red Hook Summer," which opened today across the borough, tells the story of a young boy from Atlanta sent to live with his grandfather in the Red Hook housing projects. Fans say the film highlights the culture shock of inner-city life and the challenges faced by urban youth. The movie will run for a number of weeks depending on how it fares at the box office.

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