Street Dreams (film)

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Street Dreams
Street Dreams FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Chris Zamoscianyk
Produced by Scott Mellini
Chris Zamoscianyk
Rob Dyrdek
Jason Reinert
Sal Masekela
Written by Elisa Delson
Rob Dyrdek
Nino Scalia
Starring Paul Rodriguez, Jr.
Sean Malto
Ryan Dunn
Rob Dyrdek
Ryan Sheckler
Terry Kennedy
Jason Reinert
Distributed by Berkela Films
Release dates June 12, 2009
Country USA
Language English

Street Dreams is an American film directed by Chris Zamoscianyk, produced by Rob Dyrdek, Jason Bergh and Sal Masekela. and written by Elisa Delson, Rob Dyrdek, and Nino Scalia. Derrick Cabrera (Paul Rodriguez) who has a dream of being sponsored and one day going pro. He is an up-and-coming skater from Chicago with all the talent but has the world against him. Parents, friends and schoolmates can't understand how Derrick has so much passion for something that has no future in their eyes. As everyone pushes him around, such as his own father, ex-girlfriend, and ex-friend, he doesn't give up on his dreams, and he's determined to prove everyone wrong, and achieve what he desires the most.

Cast[edit]

  • Paul Rodriguez as Derrick Cabrera
  • Ryan Dunn as Cash
  • Rob Dyrdek as Troy
  • Terry Kennedy as Reese
  • Ryan Sheckler as Eric
  • Adam Wylie as Mikey Robbins
  • Brendan Miller as Brad
  • C.C. Sheffield as Taylor
  • Jordan Valacich as Samantha (as Jordan Valley)
  • Yancey Arias as Tim Cabrera
  • Kate McGregor-Stewart as Virginia
  • Peter Reckell as Dan Reynolds
  • Rainbow Alexander Rainbow Alexander as April
  • Al Woodley as Cop 1 (as Alfred Woodley)
  • Luke Van Pelt as Bruce

Plot[edit]

This story is based where the skateboard culture is the most foreign, the Midwest. Derrick Cabrera, like all skaters, has a dream of being sponsored and one day going pro. He is an up and coming skater with all the talent but has the world against him. Parents, friends and schoolmates can't understand how Derrick has so much passion for something that has no future in their eyes. His crew of friends that are skaters is the only place he is truly accepted. But, as he gets better and better, the skater he looked up to the most becomes his worst enemy. In the sport of skateboarding a single trick that has never been done or conceived can bring you stardom in an instant. Derrick has that trick, if only he can make it. As he attempts to make this trick he is faced with skateproofing, a jealous friend and cops who have it in for him. Derrick finally gets arrested for skating on private property. After that his parents lay down the law and try to force him to quit skateboarding. Adding insult to injury, his girlfriend forces an ultimatum on him as well: "The skateboard or life with her." At that point, Derrick gives up everything and runs away with his friends to the Tampa Am contest in Florida. This is a weekend that can turn an unknown skateboarder into a future star. He sees it as his only shot to make it in skateboarding. Derrick's rivalry comes to a head in Florida when his crew of friends abandons him because of his jealous mentor. A top amateur's sister rescues Derrick by giving him a place to stay and convincing him to believe in himself. With all the world of skateboarding watching, Derrick finally makes the trick that shocks the entire skate world and instantly thrusts him into the spotlight. His dream of being sponsored has come true.Cash played by (Ryan Dunn), to be showing every single the guys how to steal or hack from a old vending machine with the magic dollar.[1]

Paul Rodriguez - Derrick Cabrera Yancey Arias - Tim Cabrera (Derrick's father.)

References[edit]

http://www.the-numbers.com/movies/2009/0STDR.php

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