Dirty Hands: The Art & Crimes of David Choe (2010)
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It's not every day that you run into a street artist, petty thief, porn illustrator, lesbian fiction ghost writer, world traveler, graphic novelist, muralist, sex addict and born-again Christian, all rolled into one.
Fans of Choe's work - stylized, vibrant, ornate and vulgar - will appreciate the inside look at the self-described man-child, but his struggles to grow up are more tiresome than compelling.
If Exit Through the Gift Shop is a witty, subversive satire on the rock star-ification of underground graffiti artists, Dirty Hands is a sober, loving snapshot of one troubled soul within that milieu.
Although too long by far-it arcs about 20 minutes shorter than the actual end-it's always entertaining, even if it's passing-by-a-car-crash fascinating
A wild biographical ride that adds an unexpected psychological layer to the classic art versus commerce conundrum.
Audience Reviews for Dirty Hands: The Art & Crimes of David Choe
Another great documentary about a largely flawed artist, whose work is surprisingly diverse and creative in the face of the various setbacks he's had thrown his way or even brought upon himself.
A great little film and well worth tracking down.
inspirational camcorder documentary. from dinosaur hunting in the congo to nosebleed painting, choe is a strange and immensely talented knucklehead from LA's k-town.
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