The impact of graffiti as a cultural phenomenon in the city of São Paulo and its international influence as one of the main currents of Street Art The film participated in the exhibition Ne dans la Rue (Born in the Street), the Fondation Cartier pour l'Art Contemporain in Paris. The documentary shows the reality of taggers, accompanies some actions, conflicts with the police and shows a different view of some interventions already much exploited by the media. The film does not provide answers, but provides arguments for the debate: is graffiti art or a crime?
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(mx) wrote: Good movie. Not thrilled with the ending.
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(de) wrote: malo stati?an film bez nekog velikog uzbu'enja...