'Lazy' is initiated into Tiny Raskal Gang at the age of 11. He takes us through his experiences in gang life, to becoming a pioneering break-dancer in Seattle during the 90's, to landing a role in a cult gangster-genre film. This documentary explores how one gang member was empowered to uplift his community and teach the younger generation of the biggest Asian street gang a different route than what society has planned for them.
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