- Original title
- Running time
- 111 min.
- United States
Larry Clark (Story: Larry Clark, Matthew Frost)
Glass Key / Capital Entertainment / Wildcard Productions
Drama | Social Drama. Immigration. Racism. Teen/coming-of-age
- Synopsis / Plot
- Latino skater boys from South Central L.A. opt to escape their neighborhood for Hollywood and Beverly Hills, where they attract local rich girls and plenty of trouble with the police, jealous boyfriends, and nervous parents.
Ten years after Kids, Larry Clark hits the streets of South Central Los Angeles. Wassup Rockers is based on the real life experiences of a group of Latino teenagers who do not conform to the hip hop culture of their gang-infested neighborhood. They wear their clothes tight, listen to and play punk rock, and ride skateboards. Constantly harassed for being different, they fight to be themselves. Wassup Rockers tracks their excursion into the heart of Beverly Hills to skate the famous “Nine Stairs” at Beverly Hills High. When the rockers attract the attention of some Beverly Hills girls fascinated by their style, mayhem ensues and their afternoon odyssey begins. Chased by the police and targeted by residents, the boys must find a way to escape and return to the (relative) safety of South Central.
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