LAUREN LAZIN

TUPAC: RESURRECTION

Poet, Prophet, and Revolutionary? This is Tupac: Resurrection.
2003 · 112 mins · Documentary
Tupac Shakur rose from the ghetto, fought for fame and fortune, and became the number one bestselling hip-hop artist of all time. He was insightful and sensitive and spoke with an uncensored voice of truth. During his brief life, he touched millions of young people around the world. His influence and importance have only grown in the years since his shocking, untimely death. In Resurrection, Tupac tells his own dramatic life story. Narrated entirely in Tupac's own voice, this major motion picture is the only film made in collaboration with Tupac's mother, Afeni Shakur, and the only film to feature...

Tupac Shakur rose from the ghetto, fought for fame and fortune, and became the number one bestselling hip-hop artist of all time. He was insightful and sensitive and spoke with an uncensored voice of truth.
During his brief life, he touched millions of young people around the world. His influence and importance have only grown in the years since his shocking, untimely death.
In Resurrection, Tupac tells his own dramatic life story. Narrated entirely in Tupac's own voice, this major motion picture is the only film made in collaboration with Tupac's mother, Afeni Shakur, and the only film to feature Tupac's music and electrifying concert performances.
Honest, haunting, and inspirational, this intimate "self portrait" reveals the complex soul behind the controversial artist.

Regular price $17.00

Info

Format
DVD
Catalogue
VVE3367
Languages
English
Subtitles
English HOH
Encoding
NTSC

Directed by

Lauren Lazin

Special Features

Audio Commentary
4 Deleted Scenes
Malcolm X Dinner Speech
Deposition
About Resurrection Soundtrack
Mutulu Shakur Interview
Tupac Amaru Shakur Center for the arts
Trailers
Bootleg This
Music Videos
Remembering Tupac