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8 mile [videorecording] / Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment present a Brian Grazer/Curtis Hanson production ; producers, Brian Grazer, Curtis Hanson, Jimmy Iovine ; writer, Scott Silver ; director, Curtis Hanson
Alternate Title Eight mile [videorecording]
Alternate (uniform) Title 8 mile (Motion picture)
Widescreen version; Unsensored ed
Universal City, CA : Universal, [2003], c2002
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 Videos/2nd Flr  PN1997 .E34 2003 c.2  AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Rap (Music) -- Drama
Rap musicians -- Michigan -- Detroit -- Drama
Man-woman relationships -- Drama
Friendship -- Drama
Subject Detroit (Mich.) -- Social conditions -- Drama
Subject(s) Feature films
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Physical Description 1 videodisc (110 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Note - System Details DVD; Region 1, NTSC; anamorphic widescreen (2.35:1); Dolby digital surround, stereo
Language English (5.1 surround), Spanish (2.0 surround), French (5.1 surround); Closed-captioned
Cast Eminem, Kim Basinger, Brittany Murphy, Mekhi Phifer, Evan Jones, Omar Benson Miller
Credits Director of photography, Rodrigo Prieto ; editors, Jay Rabinowitz, Craig Kitson ; original music, Eminem ; costume designer, Mark Bridges ; production designer, Philip Messina
Note Originally produced as a motion picture in 2002
Special features: exclusive never-before-seen rap battles with Eminem; exclusive never-before-seen music video (from The Eminem Show album); Eminem talks about making "8 mile"; authentic "8 mile" with Curtis Hanson; the music of "8 mile."
MPAA rating: R; for strong language, sexuality, some violence and drug use
Also issued on VHS
Summary Jimmy, known to his friends as Rabbit, is a young man trying to make his way out of the burned-out shell of inner-city Detroit. Rabbit is a white kid trying to make music in a predominantly African-American community and culture. After Rabbit freezes up in the midst of an MC battle, he's convinced he's missed his chance and that he's doomed to lead a marginal life as a factory rat for the rest of his days. With the help of his friends, and his new girlfriend Alex, Rabbit struggles to work up the courage and the confidence to take one more shot at making his dream a reality
Awards Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards, 2003: BFCA Award - Best Song (Eminem - For the song "Lose yourself")
Alternate Author Hanson, Curtis
Silver, Scott
Eminem, 1972-
Basinger, Kim, 1953-
Murphy, Brittany
Phifer, Mekhi, 1975-
Universal Pictures (Firm)
Imagine Entertainment (Firm)

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