September 16, 2017
(This is a Raglan Film Festival screening - short films from local filmmakers will screen before the feature film.)
LORDS OF DOGTOWN
Itâ€™s the 1970s, a drought has an unexpected side effect: as people empty their swimming pools, a group of teen surfers from the â€˜Dogtownâ€™ area of Venice Beach, California move in with skateboards, and a new sport is born. Based on a true story, this film follows â€˜Z-Boysâ€™ skate team as they revolutionize competitions with a more aggressive form of skateboarding, propelling three of them into stardom but shredding their friendships. Soak up the time and place.
Biographical Drama, Sport | M sexual references 107 mins | USA 2005
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When a drought hits as people empty their swimming pools, a group of teen surfers from the â€˜Dogtownâ€™ area of Venice Beach, California move in with skateboards, and a new sport is born. (M)
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