Gunshot wounds put drug dealer Hector Pinero (Venegas), in a wheelchair. Soon after, Hector's father is killed by Detective Derose (Whitaker), a dangerous vigilante who thinks he's above the law.

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Officer Boltz
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Hector
Nubia Bolanos ...
Luppi
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Detective Derose
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Detective Marin (as Raul Julia Jr.)
Tim Elwell ...
Prosecuting attorney
Jeremy Gilchrist ...
White boy
Sergio Diazvelez ...
District attorney
Rayne Aspengren ...
Dancer
Emily Shellogg ...
Court stenographer
Angel Duarte ...
Lowrider gang banger
Gregg Stotesbery ...
Pharmacist
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Coctail waitress
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Drug Dealer / Hector's Homie
Ruben Gutierres ...
Dealer
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Gunshot wounds put drug dealer Hector Pinero (Venegas), in a wheelchair. Soon after, Hector's father is killed by Detective Derose (Whitaker), a dangerous vigilante who thinks he's above the law.

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A strong message about life choices
17 March 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Clash is a tightly-knit urban story about how hopelessness and violence can be replaced with redemption... but it can be a long, bloody road. Set against the backdrop of gang violence and police corruption, the movie ultimately leaves the viewer with a positive message of the important choices facing us all, whether its family, love, racism, revenge or forgiveness.

Great performances by Daniel Venegas, Damon Whitaker and Dave Fennoy. The scenes between Venegas and Fennoy, as student/teacher, are particularly powerful and are the basis of a lot of the film's messages. Whitaker is as powerful as his famous relative, and delivers a bad guy performance that makes your skin crawl.

It's a low-budget film, but many of the performances, Zirilli's direction, and some solid writing make it engaging and thought-provoking from beginning to end.


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