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Graffiti Verité 2: Freedom of ExpreSSion? (1998)

In GV2 the filmmaker brilliantly manages to "personalize" these 19 artists, moving them elegantly from stereotypes to "real people," revealing why this movement has become the most popular and powerful cultural force of the 90's.

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Chaz Bojorquez
Bruin ...
Himself
James Cail ...
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Cale ...
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Duce
Elfe ...
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Haze
Man One ...
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Mare
Mare 139 ...
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David Martinez ...
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Flying high above Los Angeles in a "ghetto bird," GV2 starts out by looking down on our streets, seeking out those artists who ply their incendiary craft on the walls of our cities while we sleep. GV2 brilliantly manages to "personalize" 19 Graf artists, moving them elegantly from stereotypes to "real people," revealing the reasons why this movement has become the most popular and powerful cultural force of the millennium. Written by Bob Bryan, Director

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Since emerging from the underground, Graffiti Art has exploded as the most significant movement in contemporary Art history. See more »


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24 May 2005 (USA)  »

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Followed by Graffiti Verité 6: The Odyssey (2006) See more »

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