Antoine Fuqua-Directed “American Dream/American Knightmare” To Dig Deep Into Suge Knight & Death Row Records’ Past

Suge Knight’s notorious life is being explored by Antoine Fuqua in a brand new Showtime documentary titled American Dream/American Knightmare.

The director of Training Day has performed a collection of interviews with the Death Row Records founder to look at Knight’s rise and fall. The movie will element how the controversial determine went from a Hip Hop mogul to a disgraced determine at present serving a 28-year sentence in jail.

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“In this documentary – which took years of analysis, manufacturing and labor to finish – Suge Knight discusses for the primary time his complicated life intimately,” Fuqua mentioned in a press launch. “The viewers will find out how he constructed and misplaced Death Row Records and his views concerning the rap music scene.

“Suge additionally provides a first-person account and new particulars concerning the Las Vegas capturing that took the lifetime of Tupac Shakur and in addition severely injured him. This documentary will give viewers extra entry to Suge’s story than ever earlier than. This is a cautionary story of 1 man’s selections and the results of his selections.”

American Dream/American Knightmare is scheduled to premiere on December 21. The movie will air at eight:30 p.m. ET/PT and be accessible for streaming and on-demand viewing.

Watch the American Dream/American Knightmare trailer under.