Nineteen Summers (2019) - Drama

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Born in the generational Los Angeles street culture a 19-year-old father seeks a better life in the midst of a turf war.

IMDB: 5.6
Director: Rod S. Scott
Stars: Terri Abney, Emonjay Brown
Length: 118 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 4 out of 41 found boring (9.75%)

One-line Reviews (19)

The film posits a coming of age drama inside the underworld of LA, and it is this personal story of a man trying to save his family (and his soul) that truly captured me.

I highly recommend it!

If you're looking for an authentic movie about coming of age in urban LA, then check out Nineteen Summers, I highly recommend it.

good visuals and all but boring and annoying script

Nineteen year old De'Andre has to face multiple challenges in this coming of age story, being a young father and in the mid of a turf war.

A strong drama with a compelling story which serves as an examination of black youth culture and the challenges, pitfalls and successes that exist.

Realistic intense drama depicting life in South LA .

Great story compelling, Explosive ending .

This is an intense drama that depicts life in the rough and rugged South Los Angeles where survival is a daily thing.

Sincere, thought-provoking, compelling .

The acting was very solid and combined with the writing it led to some compelling characters throughout.

Nineteen Summers is action packed and filled with great characters.

Director Rod Scott does a nice job telling the compelling and emotional story of a 19 year old De'Andres' journey to survive and find a better life.

It was entertaining and touched my heart.

Scott paints a picture of how injustice hits members of the black community that is riveting, painful, real and honest.

Worth The Watch .

compelling story worth a watch .

While some scenarios may feel cliche, the film elevates itself by honestly and effectively debating ethical and social questions.

It might be a traditional story but it still was very entertaining.