LA Originals (2020)

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Photographer Estevan Oriol and artist Mister Cartoon turned their Chicano roots into gritty art, impacting street culture, hip hop and beyond.




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5 May 2020 | zdjeciadmitri
| Good watch but could have been 30min intead of over an hour.
As someone who grew up on hip hop culture and specialises in arts I was really excited to see the roots of the LA scene. This movie had me glued to my seat for the first 20/30 minutes but after that I started to notice a lot of flaws. The progression of a timeline is very disorganised. They keep jumping from one time to another and then back to one from 4 stories ago. It's all over the place. It's also very celebrity soundbite oriented with half of the clips being reused over and over again. Like I get it: a bunch of famous rappers said Cartoon/Estevan is cool. I don't need to see the same clips on repeat every few minutes. Plenty other endlessly recycled material also.

It's a cool watch but it's not that deep and after 20/30 minutes you've pretty much seen the whole movie. Kind of disappointing.

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