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|Directed by||Kevin Keating|
|Produced by||Kevin Keating
|Music by||David Carbonara|
|Distributed by||Cinema Libre Studio|
|Running time||118 minutes|
The Village Voice called the documentary "an incisive portrait of power seizure and class combat as it was performed, by the numbers, on the municipal level." The film contains several archival segments, as well as interviews with Village Voice writer and unauthorized Giuliani biographer, Wayne Barrett and radio journalist Doug Henwood.
The documentary's title is a reference to a phrase that police officers allegedly uttered to Abner Louima when they tortured him in a Brooklyn police precinct house. Louima himself later recanted that statement, saying he had made it up. The phrase was also used by John Shaft in the 2000 remake of Shaft.
Giuliani Time is distributed by Cinema Libre Studio. A special election version of the film was released on 2/5/2008.
- Wayne Barrett
- Pete King, U.S. Congressman
- Gerald Lefcourt
- Arthur Helton, Iraq War victim
- David Dinkins, former New York City mayor (1990-1993)
- Norman Siegel
- Ed Koch, also former New York City mayor (1978-1989)
- William Bratton, then and now returning NYPD police commissioner
- Rudy Crew
- Ruth Messinger
- Al Sharpton
- Donald Trump author, outspoken commentor and real estate baron
- Charles King
- MPAA rating: none
- Running time: 118 minutes