On February 1, the award winning indie comedy Driving While Black is coming to theaters from Artist Rights Distribution.
This hilarious exclusive clip features a tour guide giving newbies to town a look at L.A. and how to greet the drivers who decide to stir up trouble.
“Dmitri is a pizza guy who would rather smoke weed and suffer for his art, but his mom and his girl won’t stop nagging him to get a real job. When he’s offered a gig mouthing off to tourists behind the wheel of a Hollywood “star tour” bus, it looks like everyone might get what they want. Trouble is, our man can’t seem to step out the door to get to the interview without endless complications: busted radiators, simple weed scores gone sideways and LAPD cruisers seemingly everywhere. Dmitri’s skill at going unnoticed by cops is honed by painful experiences growing up Black in L.A., but even his keen survival instincts won’t save him from the week from hell.”
The film stars Dominique Purdy, who co-wrote the film based on his real-life experiences, with director Paul Sapiano.
Check out the film in select theaters on February 1, 2018.
H/T: October Coast