November 14, 2003
Genre(s): Documentary, Music
The 2003 film Tupac: Resurrection is a documentary that chronicles the life and death of Tupac Shakur, the rapper. Featuring photographs, home movies, and recited poetry written by the rapper, viewers get a glimpse of another side of the person Tupac was. The film features songs written and/or performed by Tupac. The movie does not just focus on the good times of his life, but also makes a point to mention the bad times that Tupac went through that molded him into the person he was before his death, including the shootings and his arrests. The narration is compiled of numerous interviews from the rapper himself from over the course of his life and career. The riveting documentary shows his life, career, and death in a intimate and powerful way.