Union Los Angeles Presents "Know the Ledge" Short Film

A tale of a couple spending the day in LA.

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Union LA showcases a new short film titled “Know the Ledge” featuring a bevy of springtime-inspired visuals. Captured on the vivid streets of South Central Los Angeles, the imagery highlights the neighborhood’s pastel-colored houses and palm tree skies during the day, as well as neon-lit signs at night. Directed by Ibra Ake, the story focuses on a couple played by Quin and bLAck pARty, who spend the day riding around on a motorbike while donning bright clothing and accessories. From picnicking on a tennis court to stealing a cactus plant, take a look at the intriguing clip above.

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