Catching Hell In the City of Angels

Catching Hell In the City of Angels

Byr Andy Baybutt

  • Genre: Documentary
  • Release: 2017-02-28
  • Rate: NR
  • Lenght: 1h 36min
  • Director: Andy Baybutt
  • iTunes Price: USD 9.99
  • iTunes Rent: USD 3.99
6/10
6
From 2 Certification

Description

Catching Hell In The City Of Angels is a documentary about life in South Central Los Angeles. Focusing on both gang members and the Police the film creates an unflinching portrait of one of the world’s most notorious neighbourhoods.

Reviews

  • Great Movie

    5
    By milkprankster
    It really gave me a perspective about south central that I did not have before. I would highly recommend to others.
  • Wow!

    5
    By Chris Jon Scott
    What a eye-opening look into the underbelly of Los Angeles. Just miles away from the glitz and glamour of Hollywood and Beverly Hills another reality exists. This documentary tells that story and really succeeds because of the film makers embedded approach.
  • Great documentary

    5
    By Natalie Gomez
    I enjoyed it.
  • Highly Recommend

    5
    By auston86
    This is a fantastic documentary which is definitely worth watching. Sure, there's been lots of documentaries about LA gangs, but this film has amazing inside access to both the gang side and the police side.
  • Excellent!

    5
    By Downadollar
    A brave and courageous documentary about everyday life in one of the most dangerous neighborhoods in Los Angeles. The filmmakers clearly developed a trusted relationship to gain unprecedented access to the people of Watts and Compton and the LAPD who try to maintain law and order in South Central. This is a powerful, unique and at times disturbing insight into this troubled community. Thoroughly recommended!
  • AMAZING DOC!!!

    5
    By F. McNasty
    An extremely thought provoking doc. Showed a side of my city that I've never seen. Truly illuminating and well crafted. A MUST SEE!
  • Excellent Documentary!

    5
    By Blake T. G.
    A truly beautiful and moving film that tackles difficult subject matter in an engaging and humanizing way. Definitely recommend!

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