PG-13 | | Biography, Drama, Music
Several members of the L.A.M.P. Community, a housing and care center for the mentally ill, appeared in the film, and attended the Los Angeles premiere, and after-party. Nathaniel Ayers is a resident, and beneficiary, of L.A.M.P.
Buen dia, muchachos.
Steve Lopez: "Points West" by Steve Lopez. A construction worker in Griffith Park heard the
Steve Lopez: Hey!
Steve Lopez: He saw a cyclist cartwheel off his bike and slam face-first into the unforgiving asphalt of Riverside Drive.
Lopez is seen standing trying to open the drink that was offered by Nathaniel. You then see Lopez leaning against the wall with the can held close to Lopez's body as the camera quickly cuts away between shots.
At the end of the credits, the music concludes with the sound of a cassette tape grinding to a stop, referencing Lopez's omnipresent recorder.
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