*A new film showing Harlem youth toting guns and engaging in wild shootouts is garnering criticism, according to the NY Daily News.
There’s shootouts, sex, and drug use in this film which the director says takes you into the lives of young Harlem children.
“That’s what’s going on, I’m just showing it,” director Tremaine Brown told the Daily News. “You hear about these murders, but people don’t see how it happens. I show how these incidents happen. These are real life situations.”
“The parents don’t get to see what these kids are really doing,” said Brown, 29, who was raised in Harlem.
But many activists disagree with the director claiming this video only promotes violence and enforces stereotypes.
“It was disgusting,” said Jackie Rowe-Adams, founder of anti-violence group Harlem Mothers S.A.V.E. “This should be banned.”
Read more at NY Daily News.