Below is posted another walking tour of the "Rob The Mob" set, this time in the picturesque neighborhood of Richmond Hill, Queens. Among our various unglamorous locations, this was certainly the nastiest and also the best--it truly gave the movie the sense of New York in the early 90's without us having to do a hell of a lot of set dressing. Pictured above is Jamaica Avenue, the Champs Elysees of the area. It looks a lot quainter and prettier (El train notwithstanding) in the photo than it does when you're standing there. Maybe because you can't smell it. Many thanks again to the mysterious videographer Bobby Flash (aka Roberto Flaccio?) for lurking about our set, uninvited and unnoticed, and capturing this very nice backstage look at the movie-in-progress.