Centred around the troubled life of Melbourne graffiti artist, Justin Hughes, aka Jisoe, this provocatively candid documentary explores an ignored underground sub-culture making its mark on Australian suburbs. Exposing the notion of a growing and disillusioned underclass and forging an intimate connection with a highly secretive and paranoid youth culture, this is honest social commentary at its most compelling.

Year: 2005
Genre: Documentaries, Art On Film, Political Docos
Country: Australia
Director: Eddie Martin
Duration: 56 Minutes
Rating: R16 - Contains drug use and offensive language.
Location in store: Documentary (Art on Film)



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