I’m Still Here

A documentary drama about Joaquin Phoenix’s transition from the acting world to the music world. After the release of his film Two Lovers Joaquin has had enough of acting and has announced his retirement from it, and is now perusing a hip-hop career. Over the next year we watch the former actor write music, plan shows and try to make a record with P. Diddy which is proving hard to do. As he parties, smokes and brawls Joaquin is trying so hard to be taken seriously in his new lifestyle and to be understood by the public about why he has left acting but it all seems to be going down hill, even when he performs live. Is the stress too much will he find other avenues of work or will he continue his downward spiral into the music world

Director: Casey Affleck

Actors: Joaquin Phoenix, Sean ‘P. Diddy’ Combs, Antony Langdon, Casey Affleck, Mos Def, Edward James Olmos

Year: 2010

Length: 106 Minutes

Classification: MA15+ Strong coarse language, Nudity, Sexual references & Drug use


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