Documentary tells the story of Dick Proenneke who, in the late 1960s, built his own cabin in the wilderness at the base of the Aleutian Peninsula, in what is now Lake Clark National Park. ... See full summary »
Bob Swerer Jr.,
"The rose that grew from concrete"- Watch this movie, and you will understand what it means
I really loved this documentary because it is something which finally is not just about crazy, or "cool" things he did, but a detailed analysis of his music, as an art. So this movie is not for fans, who want to see great hip-hop parties and scrap videos, and not for those who keep listening hit 'em up and screaming f*** all the time. This movie is for those who are really interested in Tupac, the artist, and for those who want to get know what is behind the symbols and the metaphors he used in his lyrics and throughout his life. In a word, this is a much more deeper work than Thug Angel or even Resurrection, recommended for the true fans and for those who like serious, artistic music.
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