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Riot in the Streets

Riot in the Streets ★★ Riot1996 (R)

Four intertwined stories revolving around the 1992 Los Angeles riots, on the day the Rodney King verdict was announced. Concerned are an African-American family, a white police officer, a Latino family, and Asian-American shopowners. Documentary footage of the actual riots is also included. 95m/C VHS, DVD . Mario Van Peebles, Melvin Van Peebles, Cicely Tyson, Luke Perry, Peter Dobson, Dante Basco, Mako, Kieu Chinh, Alexis Cruz, Douglas Spain, Yelba Osorio, John Ortiz; D: C. David Johnson, Richard Dilello, Galen Yuen, Alex Munoz; W: C. David Johnson, Richard Dilello, Galen Yuen, Joe Vasquez; C: Paul Elliott. CABLE

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