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Do It!: A Documentary

  • 86 mins
  • 70%
  • 12+
  • United States of America FlagUSUnited States of America
  • 2008
  • Cult

“Do It: A Documentary” is a real life account filmed over the course of 6 entertaining months, following independent hip hop icon Quanstar through his day to day journey toward his ultimate goal of achievement for himself not only as a performer and an artist, but as a father and a man. It takes on a very personal effect, filmed intimately and independently not only by the film’s co-producer but, at times, by Quanstar himself. “Do It” is the best kind of film. Quanstar speaks to the camera as if you are right in front of him and bears his innermost thoughts in order to bring to light the true magnitude of what it means to be an independent artist in the thick of everything else his life entails. The film has appeal because of the common thread in all of us that it speaks to. The dream we all search for, the obstacles we all face, and the inner motivation we all have somewhere inside of us to be not only where, but who, we want to be.