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The Crow: City of Angels is a 1996 action film directed by Tim Pope. It is a sequel to the 1994 cult film The Crow. The film is set in Los Angeles, where drug king Judah Earl (Richard Brooks) controls it all. It is the misfortune of mechanic Ashe Corven (Vincent Pérez) and his 8-year-old son Danny (Eric Acosta) to witness a gang of Judah's thugs murdering a fellow drug dealer. Judah's men capture Ashe and Danny. Ashe and Danny are viciously beaten and terrorized, with Ashe pleading for Danny's life. They are tied together and shot multiple times, and their bodies thrown off of a pier. Later, a grown-up version of Sarah from the first film (Mia Kirshner) has been having dreams about Ashe and Danny. Sarah works in a tattoo parlor by day, and paints haunting, surreal images of death and resurrection in her apartment at night. She is haunted by disturbing dreams about Ashe and Danny, and after a day's work in the tattoo parlor, Sarah is visited in her apartment by a large crow as she...
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