‘Uptown Saturday Night’ was born from the fire. Unbeknownst to anyone sardine-packed into the workspace, a classic came rumbling quietly from the ether. In 1997, the brothers Camp were neither overspending on maximalist blockbusters nor too engulfed by a debt to the past that’d soon confine their potential. ‘Uptown’ paints a thorough shade of New York that blindsided the game by priding itself on going as left as possible, Geechi and Sonny always sticking to characters that radiate a rugged aura without surrendering to the prevailing hardcore posturing of the era, regardless of coast.