Real Talk: Hip Hop Comedy

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Released 2006

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Real Talk: Hip Hop Comedy

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2006
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Real Talk: Hip Hop Comedy is the 2006 documentary that explores some of the not so well-known talent among hip hop comedy. Hip hop comedy is the comedic genre that is also called urban, a look at real life in the United States in the later half of the twentieth century. Comedians joke about real issues that the culture struggles through, including broken relationships, violence, racism, and poverty. Hosted by comedian Rayzor, the interviews themselves give performers the chance to show their quick wit as they answer questions that are half serious and half playful. Interviews include well-known names like D.L. Hughley, Don "D.C." Curry, and Earthquake, as well as many others. In between the interviews, we see some of the best clips from each of the comedians' performances, so the documentary ends up as entertaining as it is informative. The result is over an hour of gut busting laughter and a sensitive look at the tough life of stand up performance.moreless
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    Comedy, Documentary

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    Stand Up, Independent