R | | Biography, Crime, Drama
A Mexican-American Mafia kingpin is released from prison, falls in love for the first time, and grows introspective about his gangster lifestyle.
In the prison parts of the movie, Olmos managed to get on screen real-life gang members from the Bloods and Crips, Aryan Brotherhood, Nazi Lowriders, Hell's Angels, 18th Street, White Fence, La Colonia de Watts, Dogtown, East Side Clover and the infamous Black Guerilla Family.
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J.D.: It's gonna be some changes in the way business is done in East L.A. From now on our people are gonna be responsible for the East L.A. exchange. All deliveries between Mexico and ...
Many of the inmates at Folsom has modern hairstyles/facial hair/tattoos that inmates didn't wear in the 1960's prisons. Also the majority of inmates at Folsom at the time where either Caucasian or Hispanic. It wasn't until the late 60's-early 70's that Folsom became predominately African-American inmates.
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