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A documentary film that highlights two street derived dance styles, Clowing and Krumping, that came out of the low income neighborhoods of L.A.. Director David LaChapelle interviews each dance crew about how their unique dances evolved. A new and positive activity away from the drugs, guns, and gangs that ruled their neighborhood. A raw film about a growing sub-culture movements in America.

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Jan 15th, 2005
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- Dedicated to the memory of Quinesha "Lil Dimples" Dunford.

- David LaChapelle was introduced to krump dancing on the set of Christina Aguilera's "Dirrty" video, which he also directed.

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