South Central is a 1992 American crime-drama film. It was one of the greatest hood movies made during my time. The movie is based on Crips in south central L.A. It was written and directed by Steve Anderson, who has served time, and whose view of prison life has a particular authenticity.
During a 10-year sentence for murdering the leader of a rival South Central Los Angeles gang, Bobby Johnson (Glenn Plummer) finds religion and rehabilitation with the help of Muslim inmate Ali. Upon his release, Bobby returns home to find that his young son, Jimmie (Christian Coleman), has joined the Deuces, his old crew. Tensions rise as Bobby struggles to convince Jimmie to leave the gang that was his only family during the painful years his absent father spent behind bars.
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