Mia Sakamoto feels trapped physically and verbally abused by men all her life, until she crosses paths with a spoken word artist Ku James. Ku is Mia's savior, guiding her to discover her ... See full summary »
Caleb Kaufman's ability on the basketball court has taken him far away from his humble Detroit roots, until he returns home and is forced to sift through the rubble of a decayed city and a life he ran away from a long time ago.
This is a truly awful amateurish film I ever seen! I thought it was going to be one of those cool Hip Hop film! The film looks so as it was handmade by Camcorder. The film's first hour is about this guy (John West) ringing all his mates to come to his bar-b-q party and the next is people yakking, farting, beltching, wingeing. It has no storyline whatsoever! Sound quality is bad! The best thing about this film is the soundtrack, thats it!
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