Rite Vs Right is a short film released in 2007 by the Kaleidoscope program about Asian youth and gangs in Vancouver. The production team of Rite Vs Right consisted primarily of the at-risk youth from the Kaleidoscope program. This short film gives the audience a glimpse of what (misguided) Asian youth culture is like in Vancouver. "Don't worry man, this is the best shit in BC!"
In search of a better life, 16 year old Long left everything behind and crossed the ocean with his Mom. Craving friendship and a sense of belonging, he looks to those who will offer him brotherhood and protection. But at what cost? Long discovers a new life, but is it really better than what he left behind? Filmed entirely on location in Richmond and Vancouver by the participants in the Kaleidoscope program.