8. STORY With proverbial expression hieratic and nasty, Eastwood brings to life Walt Kowalski, a veteran of the Korean War, lives in a neighborhood hit by gangs and drugs. Spend the evenings on their porch drinking beer and pulling over to the local parish priest. His greatest possession is a 1972 Gran Torino. Walt embodies the traditional American values: individualistic, proud, stern, hardworking and racist. It is also conservative) and is loaded with prejudices racistas.Pero circumstances lead him to interact with their Hmong neighbors, especially with young Thao Vang Lor and his sister Sue. Both are entangled in problems with local bands and Walt feels compelled aintervenir.