‘The Hate U Gave Lil Infants Fucks Everybody’ is Tupac Amaru Shakur’s definition of thug life. However, he claims he did not create thug life; he diagnosed it.
Made in agreement with his mother, former Black Panther Afeni Shakur, ‘Tupac: Resurrection’ is a Paramount Pictures film directed by Lauren Lazin that documents the life of Tupac Shakur. Told in his own words, Tupac goes over his opinions on poverty, equality, society, women, money and death.
The film invites viewers to capture a more personal side of Tupac by revealing private home videos and excerpts from his poetry and journals.
The content is real, necessary and emotional at times. It is not just another Tupac movie for the die-hard fans who after seven years still suggest that he is alive. As Tupac talks to you during the movie, you are shown his different sides when dealing with everyday issues. To some people he is a hip-hop artist, to others he is nothing but a criminal. Some see him as a thug, others look to him as their role model. We are able to see him from all perspectives
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