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There aren't many opportunities in Memphis - but DJay is smart and ambitious, and he knows that being a dealer and a pimp is his best opportunity for money and status. His dream, though, is to be a rapper, and his childhood friendship with superstar Skinny Black could be the way to make that happen. This is a film every bit as smart and ambitious as DJay, one which never underestimates its characters or its audience, and which refuses to resort to cliche to tell its gripping story.
A tribute to the inspirational period of '30s jazz, legendary director Woody Allen's mockumentary focuses on a rogue-ish, womanising jazz guitarist.
11+ years 91 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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