F.E.D.S.

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Released 2003

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Director:
Kwame Amoaku
Released:
2003
Rating:
R
F.E.D.S. is a documentary, filming the well hidden inner-city underworld of gangs and violence that has spurred a Hip-Hop revolution. Produced by Def Comedy Jam and FEDS, a magazine devoted to telling true street-crime stories, the film crew heads to south-central L.A. and East Harlem to capture inner-city scenes never seen before by the public. Director Kwame Amouku first goes to meet some Compton Crips and Bloods, who explain to viewers the origins of hip hop. Retired gangster T. Rodgers meets up with the group, and he agrees to help them get around the neighborhood. Michael Concepcion, an old gang rival Rodgers who's also retired, joins the group, and shows them how pit bulls relate to Hip-Hop. Street basketball star and former gang member PeeWee Kirkland then takes the film crew to the Harlem site where FEDS CEO, Antoine Clark, almost died. Kirkland tells Kwame how the incident inspired the very magazine that's producing their film. Viewers also get a look at the Jamaican Shottas, a new NYC up-and-coming gang. Hip-Hop music plays throughout the documentary, providing audiences with audio and showing them how the music influences street life.moreless
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