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Wassup Rockers!

International title Wassup Rockers!
Section Enfants Terribles; Larry Clark - 44 edición
Country Estados Unidos
Year 2005
Running time 111
Director Larry Clark
Screenplay Larry Clark
Film Editing Alex Blatt
Photography Steve Gainer
Music Harry Cody
Producer Capital Entertainment
 E. sales@capitalent.com Glass Key Productions
Distribution Company TF1 International E. sales@tf1.fr
Synopsis A group of latino teenagers fighting the law of their neighbourhood where the knives rule and hip hop takes the streets by storm. They are treated as pariah because they are so different, so they decide to emigrate to skaters' Paradise, the famous "nine stairs" in Beverly Hills, where the girls are rich and cute, and their boyfriends are just as jealous as the residents and the police.
Director bio He was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma (1943). After graduating from Central High School in his hometown, he attended Layton School of Art in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where he studied under Walter Sheffer and Gerard Bakker. His film debut was the movie Kids (1995), written by the then 19-year-old Harmony Korinne. He was already well known for his revolutionary photographic body of work, including the books Tulsa (1971), Teenage Lust (1982), and Perfect Childhood (1992); his first book is usually cited as an influence or inspiration for Martin Scorsese's Taxi Driver, Francis Ford Coppola's Rumble Fish and Gus Van Sant's Drugstore Cowboy. He returned to the streets of Tulsa with his second feature, Another Day in Paradise, starring Melanie Griffith and James Woods and based on Eddie Little's book. After Bully (2001) and Ken Park (2003), Wassup Rockers is his most recent work.