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On 1985, Nuk, the leader of a gang, murders the leader of a rival gang and flees to Los Angeles, United States, where the Chicano lifestyle changes his point of view on life. Twenty years later, his brother Tren –leader of a group of taggers– and his girlfriend, enter in an environment defined by the dance battles and the organized crime, which will make Nuk meet again with his family. Set in the outskirts of Mexico City, the debut film by the art director Mauricio de Aguinaco explores the issue of street graffiti and the marginal atmosphere of the youths who live in the periphery of the city.
Mauricio De Aguinaco
(México, 2015) Drama. 96 min B
March 23 to 31 2017
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