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Ghetto Physics (2010)

R | | Drama | 8 October 2010 (USA)
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A blend of documentary, satire, and narrative filmmaking examines the power dynamic that exists in social, political, and corporate relationships.


William Arntz (co-director), E. Raymond Brown (co-director)



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Credited cast:
Mike Foy ... Marvin
Sabrina Revelle Sabrina Revelle ... Sheneesh
Nina Daniels Nina Daniels ... Tamara
Janeline Hayes ... Nakita
Ice-T ... Himself
Joseph Bayard ... Dakari
Alex Duong Alex Duong ... Jeffy
Cornel West ... Himself
Jason Austin Cousins Jason Austin Cousins ... Arnold
Dave Mack Dave Mack ... Student
Eder López Eder López ... Student
Sandi Aries ... Jenny
Shacolby Randell Shacolby Randell
Leslie Garza ... Tiffany (as Leslie Garza Rivera)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Earnest Bagner Earnest Bagner ... Himself


A blend of documentary, satire, and narrative filmmaking examines the power dynamic that exists in social, political, and corporate relationships.

Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis


Speak Truth to Power



Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for language including some sexual references


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Release Date:

8 October 2010 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

GhettoPhysics See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA


Box Office


$500,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$10,087, 10 October 2010, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$10,087, 10 October 2010
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Technical Specs


Color (HD)
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A film that probes us to examine our own role, our own choices, our own power
30 September 2010 | by chandler65See all my reviews

I was lucky enough to catch the sneak preview of this original and thought provoking film, and all I can say is bravo; finally a film that speaks to us as individuals. In line with the wave of hard hitting call-to-arms documentaries we've seen in the last handful of years, GhettoPhysics asks us to take a closer look at the world around us. If you liked What the Bleep, An Inconvenient Truth, or anything with Michael Moore's name attached, you'll like GhettoPhysics. Yet, GhettoPhysics is even more universal in scope, its message applicable to everyone and everything around us; power is, after all, at the root of everything.

Always entertaining and sometimes quite funny, GhettoPhysics goes a step beyond other films that allow us to remain at arms length, distanced from the topic at hand. It forces us to ask ourselves - what is our own role in this age old power play? What do we want it to be? With our own face in the mirror, how can we not want to change a reflection we don't like? Finally a film that brings its message back home, to us as a society, and to us as individuals. I hope everyone hears the call and stands up; if we change ourselves, the world will certainly follow.

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