In the name of true hip hop, please, bring it back
I had seen that excellent movie in a cinema festival in 2002 in Athens, and I, naturally, expected to see it, some day, being released in DVD. But, it seems, that the director has a different opinion, as long as I have read an interview of his. Well, excuse me, Mr Joey Garfield, but I was a b-boy too, back in the days, and still am, and I also did exactly what you say regarding a lot of the same way, that many people learned how to break dance; through TV movies, commercials etc. But I strongly believe that your refusal not to release such a marvelous work into public availability is the most absurd, ironic, and even the most paradoxical thing in the history of the world cinema and art itself. How come the very producer of an art masterpiece like this one, locks it away and keeps it unknown? This brilliant documentary deserves its acknowledgment and, at least, should take its place next to "The Freshest Kids" and "Scratch".
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