Shot on location, in the birthplace of hip-hop, two MC's (rappers) wait for a record producer on a lonely street corner of the Bronx. Inspired by Samuel Beckett's play, Waiting for Godot, For Flow zeroes in on the hunger, ambition and raw talent that carried the art form of rapping from the corner to concert halls around the world.
Dee and Kane, are MC's (rappers) searching for a way to climb out of the hard-knock lives they've been forced to lead. We join them on a street corner where they await the arrival of 'Flow', a record producer Dee claims to have met earlier that week in a club. During the course of the film, Roxanne, a DJ who is searching for a pawn shop, and Broonzy, an elderly male blues guitarist in search of a lost family both become acquainted with the two MCs in search of their own destinies.
by Randall. Sawyer
In the birthplace of hip-hop, two rappers wait for a record producer on a lonely street corner.
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