Feel free to send us your trailer requests and we will do our best to hunt it down. Ali tells Bobby that the Black man has to be there for his children and that Bobby has a second chance to do so since he is elible for parole if he gets it. Bobby and Ray Ray embrace and have a talk. For starters he is a member of the same gang Deuce his father was, has been shot due to theft , and hospitalized. Bobby tells Ray Ray that he does not care about the gang as seen by the way he kicked Loco out of the gang. Soon after, two members of the Deuce gang pull up to Bobby's house in a brand-new red convertible. Bobby talks to Jimmy about the mistake he would make if Jimmy kill Willie Manchester.
Bobby gets a ten year prison sentence and is jailed for the murder he committed. The film switches over to Jimmy who tells an employee from child services that he had been abused and neglected by his mother Carole. And his son, who should be blossoming in the innocence of the fourth grade, has already been recruited by Ray-Ray as a junior gang member. The gang is the only family he really knows, and his days of freedom are like a brief window that opens before the gang gets him back behind bars again - this time, in prison for 10 years, for murder. The guys are taken to jail and Bobby is questioned by a detective for the murder of Genie Lamp. Club members also get access to our members-only section on RogerEbert.
Ray Ray is shocked that Bobby is a new man who wants no part of the Deuce gang. Coming out of prison he wants to live a normal life and stop crime. Some time later, Bobby and Carole move into a small house. Bobby sees Loco mopping the floors and he gives Loco an African garment as a gift. Bobby tells Jimmy that they must start their lives over but this time they will do it the right way. Bobby refuses to cooperate and the police allows him to see his son for the last time.
One of the best scenes shows Muslims and members of the Aryan Nation negotiating, within generally accepted prison rules, for a penalty Bobby will have to pay for getting out of line. The prostitute gets in the car, Loco tells the prostitute that they are gang members and he shows her a vial of crack cocaine. That helps the gangs two ways: 1 They sell the drugs, making money, and 2 they can encourage addicts to steal, deal and prostitute for drug money, and then tax the proceeds of their crimes. Loco sprays the wall with a Deuce tag and the gang leaves. Director : Screenplay : Novel : Donald Bakeer Director of Photography : Editor : Original Music Composer : Casting : Costume Design : Mary Law Weir Set Decoration : Caroline Stover Production Design : David Brian Miller , Marina Kieser Art Direction : Andrew D.
Upon his release, Bobby returns home to find that his young son, Jimmie Christian Coleman , has joined the Deuces, his old crew. Bobby and Jimmy return home in the morning only to find Carole passed out on the couch from smoking. Bobby refuses to cooperate with the Deuce gang when they need his assistance and the gang denounces his membership with them. Carole is fed up with living in hiding and being broke. His anger is also authentic, as he shows clearly how the gangs use drugs and violence to enforce a new kind of slavery. He has a new cellmate, Ali, who tries to reach out to Bobby.
Bear reluctantly allows him but does so at the request of Ray Ray. Jimmy is seen in the warehouse in gang attire and refuses to go back to the juvenile halfway house. The movie is based on Crips, a novel by a south central L. Meanwhile, Jimmy is seen recuperating in the hospital. Bobby agrees to change his life for himself and his son thanks to the efforts of Ali. Brothers Sound Mixer : Michael Florimbi Duro y aclamado drama urbano sobre pandillas callejeras en los barrios de Los Ángeles.
He is later jailed in solitary confinement. But something important happened to Bobby in prison. It's unfashionable and courageous to give such a story a happy ending cf. Bobby steps in front of Willie Manchester and threatens to kill Ray Ray. Ten years later, the scene features a preteen Jimmy. Nevertheless its best moments, especially the confrontations, are really gripping - until the end, that is, when it's too easy to foresee that no harm will come to anyone and Good will prevail. Un padre trata de mantener a su hijo alejado de las bandas de delincuentes.
Bobby told Ali that he is no longer a Deuce gang member, that he is a man who will stand up alone as a man has to and that he will give his life in order to save his son's life. He came into contact with members of the prison Muslim community, who gave him books to read and ideas to think about, and taught him self-respect. The next scene switches over to Bobby who is in prison lifting weights. Bear soon attacks Bobby and knocks him out on the couch. Bobby wakes up and intervenes by beating up Bear and taking his gun.
This film is an adaptation of the 1987 novel Crips by Donald Bakeer, a former high school teacher in. He is eventually released from the hospital and taken to a juvenile halfway house. The 1998 drama is often compared to this film by critics and fans. There are some movingly warm scenes, though I was never groping for a kleenex. He talked his way out of the jam, but only because the narrative demanded it: his speech would never have convinced me, any more than Eli's words in the prison cell would have made me turn over a new leaf.
Once released, he returns to the neighborhood he once controlled, South Central Los Angeles, along with his former gang. Ray Ray gives Jimmy a gun to shoot Willie and tries to talk him into it. Soon after, Ray Ray calls a meeting with all the leaders of the sets of the Deuce gang in which he lays down the rules and introduces crack cocaine as means to financial gain for the gang. South Central is a movie shot in South Central Los Angeles. It is time to break the endless cycle.