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Even so, the affectlessness has a certain power, in that it represents the dramatic equivalent of an automotive low idle suddenly overtaken by the delirious rush of threading through traffic on L. Second word of the title refers to a twentyish Mexican named Noza (Brihanna Hernandez) who is religious and caught up in the romantic notion of “endless devotion.” Her boyfriend is Chato (Victor Larios), a vulgar, shaven-headed brute who smokes weed all day and wears a shirt that advertises him as a “Player.” Living a very different life outside the city is Derek (Robert Beaumont), a likable white kid who has inherited a skill with cars from his flinty father (Gary Brockette), a top racer in the ’50s and ’60s.
Derek is called Quattro for the modified Audi Quattro he likes to race on empty desert roads.
However, New York City proved too overwhelming and Amin transferred to the Graduate School of Management at the University of California, Los Angeles.
In 1979, political and military conflict arose in Iran.
Amin served as producer for the Lionsgate/Roadside Attractions film Girl Most Likely (2012), starring Annette Bening and Matt Dillon, as well as producer for Eliza Graves (2014), starring Kate Beckinsale, Jim Sturgess, Ben Kingsley and Michael Caine.
Most recently, Amin's film production company, Sobini Films, assisted in the production of Miles Ahead, starring Don Cheadle and Ewan Mc Gregor.
Amin is an investor and member of the advisory board of Edge Cast, In 1972, Amin graduated from the University of Kansas with a degree in economics.
Joey Curtis’ directorial debut takes a highly impressionistic look at the world of illegal street racing in Southern California, shot through with an elemental “Romeo and Juliet” format that triggers an unnecessarily nihilistic ending.Because Derek is a sweet guy and Noza deserves better than Chato, their little love story generates immediate sympathy.But suspicions it can’t end well are confirmed: Chato escapes and predictably acts the part of a mad bull with Noza and Derek.Annoyingly and tragically, Noza plays into this by not warning Derek about her violent ex, and total downer ending offers no sense of catharsis or meaning.One is left with a picture that depicts the same young, multi-ethnic Southern California world exploited so successfully by “Fast and the Furious” without that picture’s melodrama and sexy characters — but with a unique way of looking at it.