Troy Duffy never expected his film “The Boondock Saints” to become a cult classic.
Twenty years after its release, he’ll take it, because he knows the journey the film took to get eyes on it.
“You put your heart and soul when you make a small, independent film,” he says. “Ours screened after Columbine. We were informed (that) because of the political tide, we weren’t going to be shown in theaters.”