‘Look at Me: XXXTentacion’ Director Sabaah Folayan Set Out to Capture ‘the Good, the Bad and the Ugly’

When Sabaah Folayan agreed to direct the documentary about late rapper XXXTentacion, she knew the job wouldn’t be easy. Before his murder in 2018 at only 20 years old, XXXTentacion had amasse…

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“Look At Me: XXXTentacion' director Sabaah Folayan opens up about how she balanced the rapper's brutal past with his undeniable cultural impact, and how that all began when she met his mother. | Variety Doc Dreams presented by NatGeoDocs

When Sabaah Folayan agreed to direct the documentary about late rapper XXXTentacion, she knew the job wouldn’t be easy. Before his murder in 2018 at only 20 years old, XXXTentacion had amasse…

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