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Bomb It 2 (2010)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 6 August 2013 (USA)
Jon Reiss and his crew travel to Asia, Australia, the Middle East and beyond, exploring the local graffiti scenes and artists. Follow-up to the groundbreaking street art documentary "Bomb It".

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Khaled Ajamia Khaled Ajamia
Muhnned Alazzh Muhnned Alazzh
Antck Antck
Ash
Victor Ash Victor Ash
Ayed Ayed
Great Bates Great Bates
Beejoir Beejoir
Bles Bles
Bon Bon
Cens Cens
Darbotz Darbotz
Aysar Daward Aysar Daward
Dolly Dolly
Egor Egor
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Jon Reiss and his crew travel to Asia, Australia, the Middle East and beyond, exploring the local graffiti scenes and artists. Follow-up to the groundbreaking street art documentary "Bomb It".

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Going where no graffiti doc has gone before

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Follows Bomb It (2007) See more »

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Back on the streets with graffiti "bombers"
9 August 2013 | by saraterry13See all my reviews

Jon Reiss is back at it with a follow-up to Bomb It, his hugely successful indie doc. Bomb It 2 finds Reiss exploring new territory -- indigenous street art scenes around the globe, from the streets of Singapore (interesting, considering that chewing gum is actually illegal there -- hard to imagine what the authorities would do to a graffiti artist) to Palestinian refugee camps on the West Bank. If you liked the first film, you'll love this one, too. A great insight into a world of artists who often keep their identities hidden, while making their art in the most public places possible. Reiss shot this as a one-man crew, no small feat considering the many challenges involved.


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