A feature film about young graffiti sprayers and musicians in Berlin, set far outside the familiar scenery of the capital city, primarily in the world of immigrants on the fringes of society.
Danger and Kaspar have the same problem. They’ve both been chucked out of their graffiti crews. When they meet, they decide to work on a graffiti project in honor of a deceased sprayer. Danger soon realizes that Kaspar thinks she’s a man. But she doesn’t enlighten him.
B-Boy Buelent loves break dancing while his fiancée Pepsi pesters him to take an interest in their wedding and her wedding dress. Eventually, Pepsi delivers an ultimatum: it’s either break dancing or her.
Ozan and Madlen have just launched their music label Toon Records. Ozan promises Madlen that he’ll sign up undiscovered rappers and make recordings with them. Their visit to some rappers chilling it out in a cellar fails. Then Madlen as a great idea: she decides to give a party to lure the young men from their cellar. And so the graffiti artists, the break dancers and the rappers are all united at Madlen and Ozan’s party for a “grand finale”.
Urban Guerillas is to be screened at Goethe Institute on Tuesday 19th February at 6.30pm. As usual, entrance is free.