XXXTentacion Doc Look at Me Heading to Hulu After Five Years

Movie producers have been attempting to make a narrative about the rapper XXXTentacion since before his passing. In 2017, Fader Films started chipping away at a film about the questionable figure, who had become one of the most well known specialists of the SoundCloud rap blast, while he confronted charges of maltreatment from ex Geneva Ayala. Presently, after five years, a XXXTentacion narrative, Look at Me, debuted at South by Southwest on March 15. The rendition of the doc that played SXSW, and heads to Hulu subsequently on May 26 (beforehand June 10), is as yet created by Fader Films however has changed structures on various occasions beginning around 2017. The main trailer for the narrative has quite recently been delivered, highlighting new film of XXXTentacion, alongside interviews with his mom; his previous supervisor, Solomon Sobande; and Ayala. “It was similar to a fantasy, yet a truly dreary one,” Ayala says.

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Per Pitchfork, which wrote about the alleged “XXXTentacion narrative that won’t ever be” in 2019, the underlying doc was coordinated by Robert Semmer and highlighted interviews with Ayala as well as XXXTentacion, conceived Jahseh Onfroy. An early variant of the film slowed down because of worries over the portrayal of their relationship and the rapper’s maltreatment claims, alongside supposed terrorizing from partners of XXXTentacion. Be that as it may, on the commemoration of the rapper’s demise in 2019, XXXTentacion’s domain delivered a mystery for an untitled narrative. Pitchfork later announced that XXXTentacion’s home had begun working with Fader Films on the narrative following his demise, after Semmer had quit chipping away at the undertaking. The narrative prodded by the XXXTentacion home was rarely delivered.

See Me is presently coordinated by Sabaah Folayan, who recently made the 2017 narrative Whose Streets? about fights in Ferguson, Missouri. Sobande is recorded as a leader maker, and a Hulu delegate affirmed to Vulture that the rapper’s home was engaged with the undertaking. The narrative incorporates interviews with both XXXTentacion and Ayala, alongside performers who knew the rapper and different analysts. A Hulu depiction refers to the film as “a delicate depiction of a craftsman whose demonstrations of viciousness, crude melodic ability, and open battles with psychological wellness made a permanent imprint on his age.”

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