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- Summary: Two young men develop graffiti into an urban art form on the streets of San Francisco’s Mission District, only to face prosecution and the prospect of imprisonment. A former at-risk kid himself, director Benjamin Morgan's connection to the underground youth of today provides the film with itits gritty realism and "drama verite" style. (Quality of Life Film, LLC)… Expand
- Director: Benjamin Morgan
- Genre(s): Drama
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60Establishes a strong sense of milieu in these street scenes, and while the movie's not without its flaws--much of the dialogue is colorless and Lisa seems a bit too together to be hanging out with Curtis--it's never less than credible.
30With a clumsy hip-hop score permeating every free inch of the soundtrack and ugly 16mm cinematography that would never be allowed out of Film School 101, the audio-visual experience is a wreck. The quality of Quality of Life is non-existent.