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Bomb It 2 (2010)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 6 August 2013 (USA)
Jon Reiss and his crew travel to Asia, Australia, the Middle East and beyond, exploring the local graffiti scenes and artists. Follow-up to the groundbreaking street art documentary "Bomb It".

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Khaled Ajamia
Muhnned Alazzh
Antck
Ash
Victor Ash
Ayed
Great Bates
Beejoir
Bles
Bon
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Darbotz
Aysar Daward
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Jon Reiss and his crew travel to Asia, Australia, the Middle East and beyond, exploring the local graffiti scenes and artists. Follow-up to the groundbreaking street art documentary "Bomb It".

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Going where no graffiti doc has gone before

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Goes deeper and faster!
21 August 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Where it's predecessor offers a thorough overview of the origins of graffiti art, Bomb It! 2 delves deeper into the people and cultures that risk their lives (Singapore, Jakarta, etc.) in order to express themselves. An eye-opening look at the power of graffiti in terms of changing a culture.

A killer soundtrack caries us on a journey around the world where graffiti isn't necessarily as common place as it is in western countries. This is a serious fight for freedom of expression. Bomb It 2 shows street art culture beyond Banksy, where unknowns in little pockets of cities are making their mark, in order to change the world perhaps? Everyon has their reasons, but either way I'm on board.


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