In his 2002 film, Nick Broomfield travels across America investigating the notorious unsolved murders of renowned rap stars Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls. Connecting the dots with interviews from everyone involved in the cases, Broomfield uncovers evidence about the LAPD’s involvement, the role of Death Row Records boss Suge Knight and takes a step closer to understanding how two men became victims of hip hop’s infamous east-west rivalry.
Ahead of the release of legendary documentarian Nick Broomfield’s latest film, Whitney ‘Can I Be Me’, we’re giving you the chance to revisit some of his most iconic docs in this DocHouse retrospective. More details here.
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