Stylish portrait of a 19-year-old graffiti artist (Mark Webber) and his battle with police on the streets of New York City. Gano Grills, Jade Yorker, Jaclyn DeSantis. Written and directed by Adam Bhala Lough.
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Bomb the System -- BOMB THE SYSTEM is the first feature length film in over 20 years to focus on the subject of graffiti - the only art form that can also be considered a crime.
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A tribute to graffiti art and the city where it all began. Blest, a 19-year-old graffiti writer, has just graduated from high school. With no ambition toward mainstream goals of work and family, he spends his time bombing the city with graffiti messages until he and his crew become the most wanted bombers by the corrupt NYPD Vandal Squad. He even attracts major media and gallery attention for his tags. Also part of Blest's crew are Buk 50 and his younger brother Lune, whose arrest and beating by the NYPD causes the crew to wage a full-on graffiti war against the city. As they fight with their spray cans and their tags, Blest meets a political activist, Alexandra. Soon after, Blest's relationship with Buk 50 and the crew fragments as Blest ponders his position in life.
BOMB THE SYSTEM is the first feature length film in over 20 years to focus on the subject of graffiti - the only art form that can also be considered a crime.
Eight men of various backgrounds get arrested for the evening, and share the holding cell with a homeless man who awakens and claims to be God. Directed by Kamal Ahmed of Jerky Boys fame.
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