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Slippin': Ten Years with the Bloods (2005)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 23 April 2005 (USA)
A documentary on five members of one of the world's most notorious gangs, the Bloods.
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K.K. Calvin K.K. Calvin ... Self
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A documentary on five members of one of the world's most notorious gangs, the Bloods.

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Excellent Gang Documentary
12 February 2007 | by cure67See all my reviews

I can't think of any other documentaries that are quite as raw as Slippin'. Covering quite a duration of time (10+ years), you get a clear picture of the roller coaster emotions of gang life as you follow several members during turbulent rides. This film illuminates a captivating interpretation of street respect. It has many surprising scenes that not only test the fight or flight instincts of the gang bangers but the film crew as well. You sometimes question how far they will go as they walk a fine line of footage in the light of day meandering into the dark of night. Color and adrenaline mix a wild blend of entertainment and reality. Check it out!


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