Watch: First Look at Trailer For Kobe Bryant Murals Documentary

Former Los Angeles Times columnist Arash Markazi shared the trailer of the Kobe Bryant murals documentary. There are so many pieces around Los Angeles.

“Sincerely, Los Angeles” revolves around the people behind these murals. A lot of people paid tribute to the basketball legend and his tragic death shocked everyone. Kobe, his daughter Gianna, and seven others died in the helicopter crash last January.

Award-winning filmmaker Patrick Green signs the project. We don’t have any information on the release date. The documentary offers hope despite all the grief LA deals with. Kobe’s death was a nightmare and the entire nation had to deal with the coronavirus pandemic. It’s a documentary of hope amid the terrible grief.

“Presented by Someone Great Pictures, the feature-length documentary is an intimate portrait of how the city tapped into their inner Mamba Mentality to channel their grief, inspire each other, and continue Kobe’s legacy. Sincerely, Los Angeles features in-depth interviews with Kobe muralists, high-profile personalities from the sports and art world, and everyday fans who commissioned murals to bring love to their communities. Shot under the backdrop of Covid-19, the film is very much a time capsule of 2020, showcasing how tragedy can turn to triumph.”

LA can’t wait for the Kobe Bryant murals documentary

The tragedy brought everyone together. Current and former basketball players paid tribute to the Black Mamba. LA citizens praised Kobe for everything he did on and off the court. Everyone will remember him as a real icon and mentor. Young basketball players look up to Kobe and his great career inspired them all.

These murals will stand here to remind us of Kobe’s greatness. He was a true star in the City of Angels, and citizens are doing their best to honor him. Kobe had a huge impact on the city and everyone liked him.

Lakers players won a title in honor of the Black Mamba. Some players got tattoos, including LeBron James and Anthony Davis. Kobe is a legend and people liked him. Rest in peace, Black Mamba!