Lives in Hazard (1994)

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Lives in Hazard is a tough, uncompromising look at kids in gangs and the men they become in prison. Filmed in the barrios of east LA and in the prisons of California, this real-life drama ... See full summary »

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29 December 2005 | gomez408
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| Documentary on Gangs in a barrio of Los Angeles. Inspired the movie American Me
True life experience from the mouth of the people who live it. It contains info on how the movie, American Me, was created around this neighborhood. Ex-gang-bangers (Veteranos) turned Community Activists, Gangbangers, and MCs tell the tales of the barrio in Los Angeles where another world exists. Be silent and don't blink as you watch and listen to what the kids in the neighborhood and the rest of the community has to say about living in the streets of LA and growing up in a hopeless environment where there is no other exposure that can show them another way of life. Make what you will of this film, in its true effects, it is the sincerity that is pictured. A great example of a good documentary film.

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