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Independent Lens: P-Star Rising - At 9 yrs old she was on a mission to become a star DVD
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9 year old Priscilla, tries to fulfill her father's dream of being a rapper and succeeding in the music business. But in the efforts to make him proud, she struggles to remain a child. Priscilla's father, a rapper finds his own voice and self-respect as her manager, and is caught between wanting to protect her innocence and exploiting her raw talent to fulfill his deferred dream. All they know is that the ride has just begun.
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PBSIndependent Lens: P-Star Rising DVD
 
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5.0

Great DAD

By Lisa Smith

from Newport RI

Comments about PBS Independent Lens: P-Star Rising DVD:

WOW!!!! What a story... This wonderful man (PSTAR DAD) just wanted to guide Priscilla through the right path. He just wanted to teach her the business at a young age, so she won't make the same mistake he did back then..... I Love this Movie

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TheLine'tween a girl'sFather&herManager

By HolyHipHopR

from New Brunswick, New Jersey

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Comments about PBS Independent Lens: P-Star Rising DVD:

Absolutely loved this documentary which reveals/unravels the truly hard work behind the scenes of what you don't see with smiley Miley Cyrus, Britney Spears, Raven Simone and others such as that drunk, rich, red-hair freckled actress (gawd I forgot her name; she's so famous for her debauchery.)It shows the relationships between the parents and constantly points the question in your face "Am I doing this for my child's well being or am I doing this to make my self money and famous?" It spolights the thick line between pride and humility.

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