Gang life is disassembled by its very members in Slob 187/Crab 187. "Slob" and "Crab" are both slang insults aimed at the infamous Los Angeles associations, the Crips and the Bloods. "187" refers to California police code for homicide. In this shaky documentary, real-life thugs talk about the struggles and rewards of modern-day warfare. Gang affiliations include the Crenshaw Mafia, Denver Lane, the Rollin' 60s, and the Shotgun Crips. Boasting a membership of a few thousand, the Los Angeles-area groups define suburban life for many young people. Everyday violence is further glamorized by popular music and television. Slob 187/Crab 187 takes an unblinking look at the inner workings of gang hierarchy. Featured players are Mack 10, Big S Ghost, and OG Chinaman. This documentary captures an often sad, often shocking image of life in South Central.
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