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Troop 491: the Adventures of the Muddy Lions (2013)

Tristan, a reluctant new Scout is conflicted after witnessing a homicide. Will he follow the code the Streets or the code of the Scouts?

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Credited cast:
Kameron J. Brown Kameron J. Brown ... Kashef Harris
Kimani Coleman Kimani Coleman ... Triston Foster
Devin Druid ... Melvin
Malique Hawkins Malique Hawkins ... Aaron Jones
Terrell Donnell Sledge Terrell Donnell Sledge ... Slimman
Alexander Demah Alexander Demah ... Officer Johnson (as Alex Demah)
King Hoey ... Cocoa Puffs
Jade Voight ... 8th Grade Girl
Erinn Elizabeth O'Sullivan ... Tisha's Friend (as Erinn O'Sullivan)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ilyas Illy Adiris ... Big Gook (as Ellias 'Illy' Liban)
Misan Akuya Misan Akuya ... Josh
Alexander Aponte Alexander Aponte ... Ricco Rodiguez
Hunter Astrop Hunter Astrop ... Dominique
Bethany Barber Bethany Barber ... Ms. Bones
Teal Barber ... Flex
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Troop 491: The Adventures of the Muddy Lions follows Tristan, a naïve adolescent boy coping with life in the projects. He is enrolled in the Boy Scouts by his mother in an effort to keep him off the streets, but when he witnesses a homicide, the local thug demands his silence. Tristan must learn, with the help of his new friends, that doing the right thing isn't always easy. Will he follow the code of the streets or the code of the scouts? Written by Anonymous

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 May 2019 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Richmond, Virginia, USA

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The son of an incarcerated father and a single mother in the inner city struggles with mature decisions as he is faced with peer pressure, violence, and trauma.
22 January 2014 | by sahni-amritSee all my reviews

The writer/director did a fantastic job with this film. Born and raised in Richmond himself, he really brought out the crucial elements of the city, and particularly of Church Hill. Yes, the film is about an inner city black kid, but a viewer of any culture, age, or ethnicity will be able to relate to the themes of this story. That is what makes this film so beautiful. Triston's struggle is dark and dramatic at times, but balanced with light moments that will have you laughing. The plot is multi-layered, as it features the many obstacles of this young boy including his attempt to maintain his reputation in clashing social groups, his relationship with his incarcerated father and his hard- working mother,and a trauma that most children his age do not have to face. Definitely recommend it to any audience.


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