Synopsis: "37" is a powerful drama and a fictional account of the night Kitty Genovese was murdered in 1964, Kew Gardens, Queens, where 37 neighbors witnessed the killing and did not intervene. "37" examines the lives of a group of families during the day and night of a tragedy that shocked America.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Puk Grasten
Production: Film Movement
  1 win & 1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
85 min


They're coming.

Billy, we don't care.

You'll all be sorry

when it's too late.

Is he gonna do it or not?

Billy, if you don't hurry, I'm gonna tell

mom and dad you've been skipping school.

Spread 'em out.

Let's see 'em.

Brunettes, 20, blondes, 30.


Billy, I'll give you 40.

Forty cents?


Oh, I got the good one.

- She's got the full dress on.

- Wait, let me see it. Looking up...

No, no, no.

That's, like, all of mine.

- I saw it first.

- Come on. I paid good money...

Give me that.


Bup, bup, bup.

Pay up.

All right.

Okay. This is all I have.

Come on.

Anyone want this one?

- Mark! -Yes.

- Double-sided.

Billy! School!


336, 337,

338, 339. It's your play. Oh.

- 340.

- Debbie!

Take that.

- Four feet. 345, 346.

- Walk like a normal girl!


Do what feels right to you,

and you can't go wrong.

What happens if you reach 5,000?

I don't know.

Something horrible.

You sure?

Look, baby.

Lot of friends for you

to play with round here.



This is it.

Welcome to the middle class, mama.

Thank you.



Top of the morning!

Top of the morning.

You the, uh, carpet cleaner?

We're moving into

the West Virginia, sir.

Well, if you need help

carrying anything,

Mowbray's elevator operator

will help you out...

If you give him something.

I got all the manpower I need

right here.


I'm gonna go start

unloading the truck.

You wanna help dad?

That's how they watch us.

Time for school.

Your friends are leaving.

Go on.

- Wait for me!

- 348, 349, 350.

She looks more like

her mother every day.

- Your turn.

- Six, seven, eight. One...

One, two, three, four.

One, two, three, four.

One, two, three, four.

Fight like a champ.

One, two, three, four. Fight like a champ.

That's it, that's it.

All right, okay.

We'd better go help mommy

before she sees us.

No reason to be scared of some

old ladies, champ. Come on.

Let go, let go.

Come on.

Stay away from the Mowbray twins.

They prefer to be left alone.

How old are you?


What are you gonna be

when you grow up?

Mom says I'll be in college.

This is Troy.

We call him champ because he's going

to be the next champion of the world.

What about that, uh,

Floyd Patterson?

I'm more a Cassius Clay

kind of type.

You better move your truck. It's wrong

to park so close to the bus stop.

- Understand.

- What did we do wrong?

It's all right, champ.

Let's go help mama unpack.

That's right, six seasons.

And here's where the fun begins.

Do yourself a favor.

You have to breathe

free and easy.

Some people like to tell you

to nap because they're so chic,

and most people like six-feet-long

because it gives them a sense they seek

and the world-famous

complete opening.

That's right, and nearly everyone likes

this world-famous weather with the top...

Why are you not at work?

Why are you not in school?

I asked you first.

Each player gets two

completely different mazes.

The first one to get through the maze

with all three balls lights up the tower!

Chocolate cookie, sir?

Why do you think

I only want chocolate?

- You only eat vanilla?

- No.

Right, so why do you ask?

The girl who sells the most

gets a blue ribbon.

2,010, 2,011, 2,012, 2,013...

2,014, 2015,

16, 17, 18, 2,019, 2,020.

2,021, 2,022, 2,023, 2,024,

2,025, 2,026.

Hi, Debbie.

Why didn't you ring the bell?

The music was too loud.

Oh, I'm sorry.

Do you want to come

to my birthday?

I wouldn't miss it

for the world.

Oh, my.

Did you make this yourself?

It's beautiful.

All right.

Come walk me to my car.

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