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Juice + Introduction at HOME Manchester, Manchester 8 August 2019 Tickets from £9.50 — Book now

Cinematographer Ernest R. Dickerson directed and co-wrote this crime drama about a group of friends who get involved in a robbery. Bishop (Tupac Shakur), Q (Omar Epps), Raheem (Khalil Kain), and Steel (Jermaine Hopkins) are four Harlem friends who spend their days skipping school, getting in fights, and casually shoplifting. The only member of the group who has plans for the future is Q, who dreams of becoming a DJ. But one-day Bishop happens to see James Cagney in White Heat and the film inspires him to buy a gun. His plan is to rob a corner store and split the money. Everyone goes along with the plan except for Q, who is competing that night in a DJ contest. At the club, Q is a rousing success, but he spies the stern faces of his friends through the cheering crowd and realises that he has to go along with the robbery, which goes completely wrong.

The 18:10 screening of Juice on Thu 8 Aug will be introduced by Jason Wood Creative Director: Film and Culture at HOME.

Juice + Introduction at HOME Manchester, Manchester 8 August 2019 Tickets from £9.50 Book now

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