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Named after his best-selling album, All Eyez on Me tells the story of how one of the most influential American rappers rose to fame in the 1990s. Growing up in a family associated with the Black Panther Movement, he strove to be a voice of the street, creating music that called attention to the social injustices and discrimination he encountered and witnessed around him. From the glamourous highs, to the violent lows of his career, in particular his involvement in the East Coast/West Coast hip hop rivalry, the film covers the ark of Tupac’s life leading to his tragic death by drive-by shooting in 1996.
Documentary about the positive effect an "Afro Reggae" troop has on the slums of Brazil.
11+ years 80 mins
The story of three friends growing up in South Central LA surrounded by the social problems of poverty; crime, violence, drugs and alcohol.
16+ years 107 mins
Rapper Eminem stars as Jimmy 'Rabbit' Smith in an unflinching drama largely based on his own experiences.
14–16 years 106 mins
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