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Juice Juice

Directed by Spike Lee's erstwhile cinematographer, Ernest Dickerson, a thriller starring the late Tupac Shakur in which the attempt of four young black men to gain street cred through an armed robbery backfires. Directed by Spike Lee's erstwhile cinematographer, Ernest Dickerson, a thriller starring the late Tupac Shakur in which the attempt of four young black men to gain street cred through an armed robbery backfires.
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Directed by Spike Lee's erstwhile cinematographer, Ernest Dickerson, a thriller starring the late Tupac Shakur in which the attempt of four young black men to gain street cred through an armed robbery backfires. 

Bishop (Shakur), Q (Omar Epps), Raheem (Khalil Kain) and Steel (Jermaine Hopkins) are a group of friends growing up in the tough New York neighbourhood of Harlem. One day, tired of harassment from police and a local Puerto Rican gang, Bishop decides that what the friends lack is the tough reputation, or 'juice', that would see them left alone.

Features an outstanding soundtrack by hip-hop heroes Eric B and Rakim, Cypress Hill, EPMD, Big Daddy Kane and many more.

Directed by Spike Lee's erstwhile cinematographer, Ernest Dickerson, a thriller starring the late Tupac Shakur in which the attempt of four young black men to gain street cred through an armed robbery backfires. 

Bishop (Shakur), Q (Omar Epps), Raheem (Khalil Kain) and Steel (Jermaine Hopkins) are a group of friends growing up in the tough New York neighbourhood of Harlem. One day, tired of harassment from police and a local Puerto Rican gang, Bishop decides that what the friends lack is the tough reputation, or 'juice', that would see them left alone.

Features an outstanding soundtrack by hip-hop heroes Eric B and Rakim, Cypress Hill, EPMD, Big Daddy Kane and many more.

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SKU 5028836032120
Catalogue Number 2NDVD3212
Year 1992
Director Ernest Dickerson
Format DVD
Publisher(s) Second Sight
Countries USA
Aspect ratio 16:9
Colour Colour
Running time 91 mins
DVD region 2
Certificate 15

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