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Thursday, August 6, 2009

Blood piru knowledge in film

Blood piru knowledge in film

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Stacy Peralta uses his knack for dissecting counter-Cultures to highlight the two most violent gangs in America with Crips and Bloods: Made in America.

Since his breakout Sundance hit Dogtown and Z-Boys, about the iconic skateboarders who revolutionized the sport (Peralta was one of the Z-Boys), Peralta has stayed in the alt-sport realm as his second doc, Riding Giants, looked at the history of surfing (it was also the opening film at Sundance's 04). Now Peralta leaves his comfort zone to look at a world he's not directly a part of.

In telling the story of the Crips and Bloods, Peralta goes back to the Watts riots of 1965 which let out the anger African-Americans were feeling at the time towards their status not only in America but the brutality the police put on them daily. Segueing to the popularity of black power organizations during the time, gangs in South Central LA were at an all time low. But gradually long prison sentences or death to most of the positive black leaders by the end of the civil rights movement leads to the creation of the Crips which quickly attracts the disconnected youth. The Bloods quickly followed as a rival gang leading to decades of a blue (Crips) and red (Bloods) peat war in South Central with little intervention from the state on how to clean it up.

Peralta examines the rise of the Crips and Bloods through interviewing current or former members of the gangs, moving showing still photos, archival footage of the ghastly murder scenes and speaking to mothers who've lost their children to gang violence. But Made in America, narrated by Forest Whitaker, is not so much an Expose on gang life as it is an optimistic story of hope. Rather than shocking the audience with the access he can get the document initiations or gangs or drive-bys, gang Peralta portrays life as not a choice but an inevitability all-consuming for young black males in South Central. The Sliver lining in all of this is that it seems gang members who are now middle-aged have seen their errors and are trying to portray a better environment for today's youth, but the gang mentality has become too deep-seeded in the neighborhoods? Peralta does not have the answers or attempts to act like he does, he lays out the facts in the hope that change can come on The Streets as well as making the audience better understand the reasoning behind joining a gang.

In stores this week through Docurama, the disc also includes a making of feature as well as deleted scenes and interviews with gang-friendly rappers Snoop Dogg and Lil Wayne.

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