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The story of three people who strive to realize their dreams. Brothers Carter and Ellis set out on a road trip to their childhood home in a desperate search for their estranged father, who may hold the key to their future.
A young street artist, Danny, in East Los Angeles is caught between his father's obsession with lowrider car culture, his ex-felon brother and his need for self-expression. Danny puts his graffiti artist skills to use and paints murals on the hoods of lowrider cars to help his brother win an upcoming competition.
Solid film, great performances and cool glimpse into Lowrider world.
This film is definitely worth watching. The story itself is not groundbreaking but the performances are solid. Watching Demian Bichir and Theo Rossi face off is worth the price of admission. Eva as the mom is a bad ass bitch and Gabriel as Danny holds his own.
One of the best things about the film is the glimpse we get into East LA and the Lowrider culture. It's a rich world visually and culturally. It's nice to see this world depicted in the movie theaters.
It's a strong family drama with strong acting and some powerful performances with some amazing works of art on wheels.
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