Style Wars Trailer

Style Wars Trailer (1984)

"The original Hip Hop documentary" 01 October 1984 Factual 70 mins

Some call it tagging, some call it writing, still others call it bombing--it's all graffiti. Whether it's art or not is another matter, but it's undeniably illegal. Tony Silver and Henry Chalfant's historic PBS documentary Style Wars tracks the rise and fall of subway graffiti in New York in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

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International Titles

Style Wars: The Origin of Hip Hop Trailer

Style Wars: Guerra de Estilos [Style Wars: The Origin of Hip Hop] Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 01 October 1984

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