AG Rojas has always been a little rebellious with his filmmaking. From making Jack White run about with some dangerous kids to making a short film about aliens and drugs, he knows how to keep his audience clawing at him for more. His latest piece is part of TRIBUTE, a “series of short films about youth” that has been recently debuted on Dazed Digital. In Cody, Rojas focuses on a boy who, we find out, is involved in a rather sinister turn of events
“Shot in Taft, California, AG’s Cody continues his vein of lyrical, poetic and complex narratives about youth outsiders. This time, though, it’s an all too real tale of youth and reticence he documents.”
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