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I'm Still Here (6-Sep-2010)

Director: Casey Affleck

Keywords: Documentary, Rap, Biography

Mockumentary chronicles Joaquin Phoenix's fictional foray into a career as a rapper.

ABSTRACT
Produced in the style of a true-life documentary, I'm Still Here follows an ostensibly serious Joaquin Phoenix in 2008 as he announces his intentions to give up his career as a Hollywood mainstay and pursue work as a rapper. Though widely perceived to be a farce during filming and marketing, the picture's status as a hoax was not revealed as fact to the general public until after its release.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Casey Affleck
Actor
12-Aug-1975   The Assassination of Jesse James
Billy Crystal
Comic
14-Mar-1947   When Harry Met Sally
Mos Def
Rapper
11-Dec-1973   Black On Both Sides
Danny DeVito
Actor
17-Nov-1944   Short loudmouth from Taxi
Jamie Foxx
Comic
13-Dec-1967   Ray
Danny Glover
Actor
22-Jul-1946   Lethal Weapon
David Letterman
Talk Show Host
12-Apr-1947   The Late Show
Matt Maher
Musician
10-Nov-1974   Contemporary Christian singer
Jack Nicholson
Actor
22-Apr-1937   Chinatown
Edward James Olmos
Actor
24-Feb-1947   Battlestar Galactica
Robin Wright Penn
Actor
8-Apr-1966   The Princess Bride
Joaquin Phoenix
Actor
28-Oct-1974   Gladiator
Natalie Portman
Actor
9-Jun-1981   Black Swan
Puff Daddy
Music Producer
4-Nov-1969   Can't Nobody Hold Me Down
Ben Stiller
Actor
30-Nov-1965   There's Something About Mary
Bruce Willis
Actor
19-Mar-1955   Die Hard

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