Ricardo De Montreuil

Director, "Lowriders"

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Director of "Lowriders"

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In the new new movie “Lowriders,” Daniel Alvarez is a young graffiti artist, but his dad wants him to join the family business, which is designing custom lowriders.

In 'Lowriders,' custom cars are at heart of East LA Chicano life

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