“Brotherhood 2: The City of Crack” is an action movie directed by Daniel Matmore showing the depressed life of African-Americans in black ghettos in the USA.
|Brotherhood 2: Crack City|
|Homeboyz 2: Crack City|
|Producer||Karen burns |
|In the main|
|Brian Paul Stewart |
Mack Kinley Winston
The protagonist of the film is a young African American photographer . He decided to interrupt his quiet life in a relatively safe area and goes to the "black quarters". Its purpose is to counter violence and try to expose the morals of such ghettos, and maybe even change them. He is assisted by his new friend , who feels like an fish in the water in an African American ghetto.
Trying to fulfill his mission, the hero gets involved in his world of "black" quarters. He photographs girls of easy virtue in order to raise this problem. A young photographer is confronted with drug dealers; the head of the drug mafia, the local "godfather" - a former Spanish priest; evil gangsters , racists who want to destroy the ghetto population .
- Brian Paul Stewart - Photographer
- Mack Kinley Winston
- Yvonne Kersey
- Dan Charlton
- Bias Hernandez (Quetzal Castro Bias Hernandez)
- Quetzal Castro (Quetzal Castro Bias)
- William Ferrier
- Peter Wheatrock
- George Franco
- Dondre Whitfield - breakdance dancer
- This movie is often compared to the Bikers movie.
- The film is not a continuation of the first part, as stated in the credits
- The film raised the problems of drug trafficking, prostitution, humiliation of African Americans in the United States
- The life and customs of the New York ghetto are shown extremely realistically
- The film "Brotherhood"
- The film " Bikers "