• September 24, 2011
    By Peter Keough

    Hip-hop culture was already well established back in 1983 when Charles Ahearn's documentary-style drama Wild Style came out, and even then it was confronting the issues of authenticity and commercialism that it faces today. Here Zoro (Lee Quinones), a Bronx graffiti artist, practices his art on the margins of criminality until lured from the 'hood by tony Manhattan gallery people.

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