Max Good: Vigilante Vigilante

Director Max Good questioned by the police while filming.

Max Good is a documentary filmmaker who turned his camera on anti-graffiti vigilantes in his first feature Vigilante Vigilante.   Having been involved with graffiti and street art culture for over 15 years on both coasts, Max was drawn into exploring the phenomenon through it’s most dedicated enemies. He has also spent a large amount of his time involved in political activism using his films as an avenue to promote awareness and ...

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