Logline: “Crenshaw Blvd.” follows bi-racial Emilio Juarez, a handsome young man whose love of classic cars and gift with a wrench and spark plugs, gets him involved with the gangsta low-riding scene on LA’s notorious Crenshaw Blvd. Emilio is thrown into a world full of gangland danger, beautiful women, hot cars, blaring hip music, pulsating low-rider hopping action, and love at first sight.
Concept: “Crenshaw Blvd.” is “Straight Outta Compton” and “Menace to Society” for drug dealing in Philadelphia in the late 80’s. It is a fast-action low-rider movie that depicts a modern-day “To Kill a Mockingbird” and “City of God” conflict of morality. It is a watch-your-back, hit-the-switches-on-your- low-rider, hold-your-girl-tight, don’t-betray-your-friend film about defending a person’s right to another chance in a 3-strikes-and-you-get-life world.
Written by Vladimir Perlovich