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Snow on tha Bluff -- Urban gangster movie -- documentary or narrative?

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ScreenwriterOf2011's picture ScreenwriterOf2011
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After reading about the movie in Filmmaker Magazine's: 25 New Faces of Independent Film, and then seeing it had premiered at Slamdance 2011, I had to check it out. It's a movie that was shot in an Apocalypse now style slum in ATL, it's called SNOW ON THA BLUFF. Curtis Snow is the main character, and "tha bluff" is his neighborhood.

I recently saw it at the Williamsburg International Film Festival, here in NYC. I have to say, it really surprised me, it brings up some social issues which society at large seems to ignore, and it was really INTENSE. Anyone heard about the movie? I recommend it, this is what Independent Filmmaking is all about.

Here's the movie trailer here,