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Filmmaker Julian Dahl weaves this ambitious tale of two white filmmakers who have their equipment stolen while shooting a "ghetto" version of a Geek tragedy, and wind up taking credit for someone else's work. Two clueless film school graduates venture out onto the streets of Los Angeles in order to update a Greek play with the Gangsta Sistas, only to find their production halted when their equipment is borrowed by three street kids seeking to produce a documentary about the underground hip-hop scene. Later after the film school graduates manage to get back their cameras, they discover the raw footage shot by the ambitious camjackers. When the privileged filmmakers shamelessly take credit for the work of their thieving counterparts, the embittered camjackers vow revenge.