There were a lot of formatting issues, but they can easily be remedied.
There wasn't a lot new here. It had a Boyz N The Hood feel to it, but it lacked any real punch. I do like the fact that Angel had a choice at the end, which makes a film. Choice.
The characters have to make a choice. I have to feel their dilemma. Their struggle. I have to feel they're torn between "right" and "wrong".
You alluded to that but I didn't really subscribe to the truth of it all. It felt forced.
If you're around, Isaac, I'll go into detail on what I'm talking about.
Thanks for the read.