Quality of Life Synopsis
Street artists face hard time.
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75

New York Post

By V.A. Musetto
Kev Robertson's gritty camerawork and a musical soundtrack mixing hip-hop, punk and electronica add to the ambience of this impressive...
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75

San Francisco Chronicle

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This is a small -- if rough -- gem of a film.
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70

L.A. Weekly

By Paul Malcolm
It's Garrison and Burnam who hold the film's center, however, with a natural magnetism. Newcomers both, they take the same clean approach...
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63

TV Guide

By Maitland McDonagh
While Burnam and Garrison imbue their characters with authentic-feeling frustration and anger, they never succeed in making them especially...
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60

Village Voice

By Joshua Land
Establishes a strong sense of milieu in these street scenes, and while the movie's not without its flaws--much of the dialogue is colorless...
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60

Los Angeles Times

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The ending, which unnecessarily veers toward lumpy, overwrought melodrama, undoes the scrappy elegance the film previously displays in fits...
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60

The New York Times

A minor movie, modestly made, that develops to a counterculture beat but ends with a status quo conundrum: Is selling out the new keeping...
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60

Variety

By Eddie Cockrell
Picture's cliched underlying story of restless youth plays as too naive for an older audience and too provocative for teens.
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30

Film Threat

By Phil Hall
With a clumsy hip-hop score permeating every free inch of the soundtrack and ugly 16mm cinematography that would never be allowed out of...
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Rated R | For pervasive language, some drug use and violence