Unlock the new film documenting the storied NYC youth gang movement of the early 1970s.
As New York City emerged from the civil rights movement of the 1960s, the inadequacies of social services and police enforcement allowed crime to run rampant through the streets New York’s lower income communities. Neighborhood gangs soon ruled the corners, enforcing their own territorial boundaries through fear, confrontation, and oftentimes violence. Part organized crime, part neighborhood watch, this youth gang movement soon became fictionalized in cult classic films The Warriors and The Wanderers.
Saboteur Media’s new documentary’ Rubble Kings, available today on BitTorrent Bundle, is the true story of this unique era of New York’s history. Narrated by John Leguizamo, the documentary offers first-hand accounts and original home video footage from street gang members and leaders. Rubble Kings gives insight into the evolution of the New York street gang culture of the early 70’s. The documentary tells the story of how violent neighborhood gangs comprised of a united, underrepresented and disaffected youth created a city-wide social movement that inspired local communities to take the power back, ultimately leading to the birth of Hip Hop culture.
Rubble Kings is in theaters and today and is available now as a BitTorrent Bundle. Unlock the Bundle for $9.99 to get the full HD film, a hi-red movie poster and a collection of hi-res photos from the making of the film documentary.
RUBBLE KINGS BUNDLE
01 Rubble Kings Official Trailer [Video]
02 Hi-Res Photoset [Photos]
03 Rubble Kings Full HD Film [Video]
04 Movie Poster [Artwork]