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'White Men Can't Jump' director on 'the real L.A.'

Director Charles "Calmatic" Kidd II discusses the unique challenges of directing a reboot, how he modernized "White Men Can't Jump" and why the film is a love letter to his hometown.
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How a hometown director made 'White Men Can't Jump' a 'love letter' to 'the real L.A.' Click to view images

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