SIDNEY LUMENT’S “FIND ME GUILTY”

 

Not everybody’s applauding Sidney Lumet‘s “Find Me Guilty,” a courtroom drama about a real-life criminal trial in which Vin Diesel stars as Mafia wiseguy Jackie DiNorscio. But New Jersey resident Roe Guido, a 39-year-old mother of four, is a huge fan. She’s the daughter of DiNorscio, who successfully defended himself in the 21-month-long trial. “Vin did a great job, and I didn’t think he’d be able to do something like that, because I thought he was just an action hero,” Guido told me yesterday. “But nobody could have played my father better.”

Guido, whose father died of cancer in November 2004 at age 62 after spending more than half his life in prison, has been showering Diesel with praise since Monday’s New Jersey screening for friends, family and some of her dad’s running buddies who aren’t legally permitted to leave the state. “I just sent him a text message telling him that he made me and my father’s dreams come true. He was just impeccable.” SOURCE

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