Documentary | 86 minutes | Directed by David Stenn

As everyone tweets, books faces, pins their interests, micro-blogs and snap chats, I am currently watching an informative possibly unflinching retelling of horrific events which befell countless young hopeful on the 1930’s California/Los Angeles scene.

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