The Ali Boulala Documentary “The Scars Of Ali Boulala” is Out Now!
A campaign on Kickstarter. The Ali Boulala Documentary doesn't need further proof that Boulala became the legendary anomalous skateboarder in the late 1990s together with the Pissdrunks crew. The new film "The Scars of Ali Boulala" which sets to air for the first has finally here and it's ongoing at the Tribeca film festival.
The first clip released on November 26, 2020, focuses on Boulala's emotional and physical battles reflecting the tragic motorcycle accident with his teammate Shane Cross. Unfortunately, both of them were heavily intoxicated when Boulala drove into a wall while Cross was riding on the back. Boulala ended up in a coma, and Cross was killed immediately.
Today Ali Boulala has stopped his long period of substance abuse for almost 8 years now and has been attending a twelve-step program. As he carries all the scars on his body and in his soul, it still reminds him daily of the past and the accident that still haunts him.
The Scars of Ali Boulala documentary feature film is 8 years in the making and it's in its final here. Directed by Max Eriksson and produced by Sisyfos Film Production together with Folk Film. The film tells the story of Boulala's rise and fall, as well as his path towards his positive life moving forward.
The breathtaking film world premiere has a screening time however, June 13, 2021, at 8:00 pm at Brooklyn Commons at MetroTech has been sold out.
The only available slot was last June 14, 2021, at 6:00 pm via streaming service. Unfortunately, Streaming Tribeca at Home is not available outside the USA.
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