The Carter a Documentary

Just saw this tonight. The inside look into his life, his passion and his art was surprisingly unsettling. Mainly for the demons on display that we all have. Yet also, moving and inspiring. I read one reviewer compare him and his obfuscation(s) with interviewers to Dylan’s in Don’t Look Back. But to me it seems less intentionally misleading. He is more just being himself. He seems almost single minded in his actions/interests. Music and Money. Yet, there were also the very human moments, such as when he prayed with his posse before going on stage, when talking about his daughter or his nervousness before going on stage

The documentary’s official website (here)

Read more about legal issues by XXL (here)


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