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This documentary on the enigmatic hip hop star Eminem aims to get a glimpse into his hectic life by speaking to a number of people close to him. Eminem shot to fame after a demo tape was picked up by acclaimed rapper and producer Dr Dre. Blown away by what he heard, Dre helped the future-star get a record deal, and produced his debut album. Millions of record sales later, unsavory aspects of the rappers' life began to seep into the public domain. But when his second album took off into the stratosphere, his private life became unconformable public, with lawsuits and bitter recriminations coming at him from all angles. His mother Debbie Mathers, grandmother Betty Kresin, uncle Todd Nelson, and many others all offer insight into Eminem's life here, providing some fascinating tales of his pre and post fame life.
Movie Category: Documentary
Movie MPAA Rating: Nr
Movie Studio: Universal Music & Video Distribution
Movie Genre: Documentary
Movie Type: Biography, Music History, Vocal Music
Movie Theme: Musician's Life, Rags To Riches
Run Time: 75 (minutes)
Software Format: DVD
Street Date: April 14, 2009
Item Number (DPCI): 246-00-0064
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