Documentary, Biography, Drama
Vanna Fut was just a baby when he escaped from the killing fields of Cambodia to settle in Pomona, California. He was initiated into the neighborhood Cambodian gang TRG (Tiny Raskal Gang) at the age of 11 years old. Taking us down memory lane, he tells us about his experience during the gang wars in the early to late 90’s gangster era in Pomona and Seattle Washington. Yet through being homeless and witnessing the deaths of loved ones, Vanna aka “Lazy”, overcomes great adversities to pursue dreams in the Arts- becoming a pioneering b-boy in the Seattle Hip Hop scene during the 90’s, to landing an acting role in a 2011 cult gangster-genre film. This is the inspiring true story of a man who has the will to pursue his dreams against all odds. This is an unflinching honest look at three generations of the biggest Asian gang in America as seen through the eyes of someone who lived it, and is still involved. It is the story of family, the strength of the human mind, and of the power of love – Raskal Love.