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When Vatos Locos counterattack the next day, Miklo shoots and kills Spider, leader of Tres Puntos. Fleeing the scene, Paco crashes their car and they are both arrested.
The cousins' paths now diverge: Miklo is imprisoned in San Quentin for murder, Paco volunteers for military service in the Marine Corps in lieu of prison, and Cruz continues his passion for art.
Due to his back pain, Cruz develops a heroin addiction, leading to the accidental overdose of his year-old brother, Juanito. After the Marines, Paco joins the L.
Miklo finds San Quentin is run by three racially defined prison gangs. The Black Guerrilla Army B. Popeye, a high ranking member of La Onda, tries to rape Miklo at knife-point but is stopped by Montana, who finds Popeye's intentions dishonorable.
Miklo learns that the only way into La Onda is by killing an enemy inmate. Miklo forms a rapport with Aryan Vanguard associate Big Al, then stabs him to death in the prison kitchen.
Now initiated, Miklo rises through the La Onda ranks, eventually joining its Ruling Council. After serving nine years, Miklo is granted parole.
On the outside, disgusted by his menial job as well as theft and blackmail at the hands of his boss , Miklo joins in an armed robbery.
The heist goes poorly and Miklo is intercepted by Paco, who tries to appeal to Miklo to surrender his weapon, so that he can help him out of the situation.
Miklo instead starts to flee, and Paco then shoots him in the leg. The leg has to be amputated, and Miklo is sent back to prison.
Miklo notices that cocaine use is now rampant, driven by competing supplies from the B. The Aryan Vanguard want to partner with Carlos as his supplier, offering to help Carlos take B.
Montana, fiercely against La Onda being in the drug trade, warns that the Aryan Vanguard want to start a war between the Black and Chicano inmates.
The Council votes in agreement with Montana, so Carlos and a few others leave La Onda to work with Aryan Vanguard. Carlos has his non-inmate brother, Smokey, bomb the B.
Carlos also kills "Pockets", who is running the B. As Montana warned, the Aryan Vanguard then lets the B. With hostility high between the Blacks and Chicanos, Montana and Bonafide meet in the prison yard.
Montana convinces Bonafide to agree to a truce if Montana reaches out to La Onda leaders in other prisons to end the violence.
The warden grants Montana special permission to visit the prisons and Miklo is left in charge. Montana is granted a special request to have his daughter visit him at one of the prisons.
Before she arrives, Montana is stabbed to death by a member of the B. Believing the Aryan Vanguard sent forged orders to the hitman, Paco arranges a peace conference between La Onda and B.
After the Aryan Vanguard are dead, Miklo's men promptly exterminate the B. A furious Paco confronts Miklo, disowning him forever. The warden vows to split La Onda's ruling council by sending them to the prisons in other states.
Miklo uses this to expand La Onda across the South West. It is later revealed that Magic, not the Aryan Vanguard, sent the forged orders to have B. This was set up by a reluctant Miklo, who clashed with Montana on the direction that La Onda should take for the gang's future.
Back in East Los Angeles, Paco visits one of Cruz's murals, showing a portrait of his former life.
In a pep talk with Cruz, Paco realizes that by ordering Miklo to go after Spider, Paco is responsible for what Miklo has become. He ultimately forgives Miklo.
Actor Edward James Olmos was offered to both direct and star in the film, but due to creative differences, Olmos turned down the project.
After New Visions Pictures folded, Producer Taylor Hackford would take over directing duties. Screenwriter Floyd Mutrux was then brought on to do a script rewrite, as did writer Jeremy Iacone, and Jimmy Santiago Baca , whom Hackford credits with contributing most of the final story   .
The three prison gangs in the film are fictional creations of screenwriter Jimmy Santiago Baca and director Taylor Hackford. However, they were all loosely based on actual prison gangs, with the Aryan Vanguard, Black Guerrilla Army and La Onda representing the Aryan Brotherhood , Black Guerrilla Family , and the Mexican Mafia , respectively.
Actor Theodore Wilson died shortly after filming his scenes in the film. Artist Adan Hernandez was hired to create the paintings the character of Cruz Candelaria was supposed to have painted.
All of the paintings that were used in the film were created by him. The mural in the reservoir seen in the film's climax has unfortunately been painted over.
Hernandez made a cameo appearance in the film as the drug dealer Gilbert in the art gallery scene. The film was shot in and around Los Angeles and East Los Angeles and inside the walls of San Quentin State Prison.
The main character Miklo is sent to San Quentin, where much of the film's plot takes place. Several of the then-inmates appear in the film as extras.
In addition, several of the prison staff members also appear as others and some facilitated the production of the film by serving as technical advisors.
Many members of the staff were given small lines in the film, with the warden giving an extended cameo in a part that is somewhat integral to the plot.
In addition, actor Danny Trejo , who appears in the film as Geronimo, had served time in San Quentin before deciding to become an actor.
In addition to prison inmates and staff and artist Hernandez, screenwriter and barrio poet Jimmy Santiago Baca cameos as a prison inmate and member of the La Onda council.
The film was initially entitled Blood in Blood Out but was retitled Bound by Honor before the film's release. Blood in blood out refers to the initiation ritual of having to kill someone to enter a gang and, on the reverse end, not being able to leave the gang unless killed.
This is a common initiation in many gangs, including prison gangs, and is also the motto of La Onda in the film.
Hollywood Pictures insisted on the name change as the studio felt that the original title might incite violence in East Los Angeles. In addition, executives at Hollywood Pictures, a division of The Walt Disney Studios, were concerned about the potential effect the film could have on Los Angeles following the LA Riots , especially after the attribution that was given to Boyz n the Hood as a partial cause of or inspiration for the civil unrest.
Director Taylor Hackford has stated that he was very unhappy with this decision as the film's message was the exact opposite of the one that the studio feared could be transmitted .
In early , The film and its marketing campaign was given a weeklong test run in three cities: Rochester, New York , Tucson, Arizona , and Las Vegas, Nevada , playing at two or three theaters in each city .
The picture was released nationally on thirty screens on 30 Apr , but delayed in the Los Angeles markets until 21 May , when the Rodney King civil rights trial verdict was to be handed down, the city feared a repeat of the riots following the acquittal of four Los Angeles Police Department officers charged with beating King.
Distributors did not plan to expand the release further, as crossover appeal to non-Hispanic audiences was not apparent. The film received mixed reviews from critics.
Kenneth Turan Of the L. Times was critical of the film, called it "approximately three hours of violent, cartoonish posturing incongruously set in the realistically evoked milieu of East Los Angeles",   while Mim Eichler, also of the L.
Times, praised the film, calling it "A riveting odyssey, rich with myth and unforgettable imagery. It is a feast of sight and sound--poetry, music, dance and emotion--and possibly one of the most powerful and important films of the decade".
Best drum sound this band has ever laid down — sounds just simply pummeling! These songs are shorter and a little faster. It has a really different feel to it.
It sounds great. On June 8, , it was announced that Dukes had been fired from the band, and was replaced by his predecessor Steve "Zetro" Souza.
The album features an industrial hip hop tinged intro on the opening track "Black 13" produced by Dan the Automator ; Holt explained the intro was done in a short period of time using the casual acquaintance Holt and Dan built up over the years.
Blood In, Blood Out has received mostly positive reviews. Blood In, Blood Out received another positive review from Ray Van Horn, Jr.
For all of the hullabaloos behind Zetro's past tenures in Exodus, he's all over this album in a major way and by attrition, the band throws its own retro, gang-shouting speed metal party, one finding Metallica and one-time Exodus guitarist Kirk Hammett on the guest list.
All About The Rock writer Joe Reed scored the album 8 out of 10, and said, "Recorded in the Bay Area, the albums sound blends the attitude and energy of the band's past with their musical growth and development over the years.
Listenable, yet not overwhelming, I think it captures the band's early material with their more recent body of work quite well.
In terms of chart positions, Blood In, Blood Out was successful, and was Exodus' first album since 's Impact Is Imminent to enter the Billboard ; the album itself peaked at 38 on the Billboard ,  making it Exodus' highest chart position so far, and their first album in 25 years to crack the top since Fabulous Disaster , which peaked at 82 on the Billboard To support Blood In, Blood Out , Exodus embarked on their first major tour with Souza since They toured South America in October , and embarked on a U.
Prior to the Dark Roots of Thrash II tour, the band played Australia's Soundwave in February and March, and then played three shows in Japan.
All tracks are written by Gary Holt , except where noted. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the tenth Exodus album.
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