At the heart of Peter Bratt's sharp-looking, occasionally pretentious first feature is a highly original road flick that also works as an allegory of ethnicity and cultural identity. Images, we are told at the outset by the film's hero, Tudee (Jesse Borrego), create not
only meaning but new realities as well, and it's with this in mind that he and three other L.A. muralists set out for Washington, DC. Their plan is to decorate the White House with images drawn from their own experiences as multicultural Americans (Latino, African-American, Native American), not
as an act of vandalism, but as a form of political protest. Things take an interesting turn once the guys...