Despite the shock hits, Michael Rapaport of "Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Journey of A Tribe Called Quest meets the actor-director was the artistic desire.
It has long been an independent actor and movie star, a body of work dating back nearly two decades, Michael Rapaport (Deep Blue Sea, "" True Romance, "Fox TV" Prison Break ") has decided to skip the documentary management for two reasons.
One of the love of his subject: A Tribe Called Quest, at the end of the '80s, core / early '90s New York rap quartet that helped the sound and the parameters of modern hip-hop. The other is a question: Tribe - which broke in 1998, but reunited several times on tour and perform at international exhibitions - a new record music again?
The fruit of the work Rapaport, "Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Journey of A Tribe Called Quest" premiered at the Sundance Film Festival last Saturday, standing ovation. And the opening scene, it seemed the director was another motivation for the answer.