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Juice

 
 
Mon, May 13, 2019
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Directed by Ernest Dickerson | 1992

With Omar Epps, Tupac Shakur, Jermaine Hopkins

A spiral of violence engulfs a group of friends growing up in Harlem in this complex, neo-noir moral drama from Spike Lee cinematographer-turned-director Ernest Dickerson. Featuring an electrifying performance from Tupac—in his first major film role—as a wannabe gangster who develops a taste for killing, Juice is one of the great hip-hop films of the 90s, with a soundtrack of classic cuts from Naughty By Nature, Eric B. & Rakim, Too Short, and Cypress Hill.

Q&A with co-screenwriter Gerard Brown, moderated by Racquel Gates, Assistant Professor of Cinema & Media Studies at the College of Staten Island, CUNY

 
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