LET IT FALL: LOS ANGELES 1982-1992 – By David Velo Stewart
LET IT FALL takes an unflinching look at the 1992 L.A. uprising tracing its roots back a decade, unfolding its history as a series of very personal decisions and very public failures. The film weaves heartbreaking first hand accounts from black, white, Asian, and Hispanic Angelinos of all classes, caught up in a cascade of rising tension culminating in an explosion of anger and fear after the Rodney King verdict.
LET IT FALL is written and directed by John Ridley. Produced by Jeanmarie Condon, Melia Patria, and Ridley. Executive Producer is Morgan Hertzan and co-producer is Fatima Curry. Editing is by Colin Rich and cinematography by Sam Painter and Ben McCoy. Original score by Mark Isham.
RT: 145 min / Not Yet Rated
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By David Velo Stewart