The time taken by the planet to make its revolutions around the sun. A point of time as measured in hours and minutes, a paradoxical transition from boy to man. Each summer the gang violence heats up in South Los Angeles. Born in the generational Los Angeles street culture, his parents from the hood, a 19-year-old father seeks a better life in the midst of a turf war.
The film stars Elise Neal (Hustle and Flow), Terri Abney (Triple 9), Emonjay Brown, and Norman Johnson Jr. (The Last Summer). This film is directed by Rod S. Scott who grew up in the same violent culture in South Los Angeles. We can now see his vision on the big screen. The movie was filmed on location in South Los Angeles.
The production team has set a goal to develop more film productions including inner-city Black youths from the neighborhood as music artists, producers, and executive contributors. Nineteen Summers will become a new symbol for many persons and will inspire the present community and future generations. The time taken by the planet to make its revolutions around the sun. A point of time as measured in hours and minutes, a paradoxical transition from boy to man. Nineteen Summers is a relatable story, a must see for teenagers worldwide.
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