New . York, 1982 - . The . Legend . Continues . When director . Tony . Silver and partner-producer . Henry . Chalfant delivered the broadcast version of their prize-winning film to . PBS in 1983, the world received its first full immersion in the phenomenon that had taken over . New . York . City. . The urban landscape was physically transformed by graffiti artists who invented a new visual language to express both their individuality, and the voice of their community. . In . Style . Wars, . New . Yorks ramshackle subway system is their public playground, battleground, and spectacular artistic canvas . Opposing them by every means possible are . Mayor . Ed . Koch, the police, and the . New . York . Transit . Authorit . Meanwhile, as . MCs, . DJs and . B-boys rock the city with new sounds and new moves, we see street corner breakdance battles turn into performance art. . Style . Wars has become an emblem of the original, embracing spirit of hip hop as it exploded into the work from underground tunnels, uptown streets, clubs and. .
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