Apologies for the subtitles. Highly recommend this 2pac documentary to any music fan out there. This is the opening scene.
Tupac: Resurrection is an Academy Award-nominated 2003 documentary about the life and untimely death of rapper Tupac Shakur. The film, directed by Lauren Lazin, is narrated by Tupac Shakur himself. The film was in theaters from November 16, 2003 to December 21, 2003, and grossed over 7 million dollars. It was released by Paramount Pictures.
Celebrating the life of Tupac Shakur, Tupac: Resurrection explores Shakur's life viscerally and dramatically through his own words and music, as well as through vivid images of the world as he experienced it. The film carefully mines video archives to expose the brilliant storyteller that Shakur was during interviews and in personal conversations throughout his life. In his own words, Shakur powerfully takes viewers with him throughout the happiness and the sadness of his childhood, through the ups and downs of his professional career, through his romances and his life-altering mistakes, and finally, through the lessons he has learned. Not merely a commemoration of his life and artistry, Tupac: Resurrection explores honestly and openly Shakur's many complexities. It examines the artist's gifts, passions and conflicts, and unravels the mystique of his life by looking at those who influenced him early on.
An intimate portrait of a young man who rose from a life of adversity into a global icon who touched millions of lives, Tupac: Resurrection is the only film made in collaboration with Shakur's mother, former Black Panther Afeni Shakur. It is also the only film told entirely in his own words. Visually stunning, this inspirational life story features never-before-seen concert footage, private home movies and excerpts from Tupac's poetry and journals, all of which serve to create a very personal portrayal of a sensitive, passionate and often provocative artist who died before his time. In addition, the film features a soundtrack of Shakur's music, as well as all new music by The Notorious B.I.G., Eminem, Don McLean, Stevie Wonder, Elton John and Shakur himself, who currently ranks among the top 40 best-selling artists of all time, with more than 80 million records sold to date.
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