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Lil Wayne The Carter Documentary Offers Behind the Scenes Look At Rapper’s Life

QD3 presents The Carter documentary, an in depth behind the scenes exclusive movie about the life of rapper Lil Wayne.  The movie debuted at the 2009 Sundance film festival to rave reviews.  Filmed over 10 months, the documentry gives a rare glimpse into the life of a musical star during his rise to the top.  Producer QD3 spoke exclusively with RadarOnline.com about why he chose Lil Wayne as the subject. “It was really an amazing stage in his career,” said QD3. “You really get to see an intimate fly on the wall perspective of who Lil Wayne is as a person.”

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During filming Lil Wayne’s album sold 1 million copies in the first week it was released.  “He was completely calm,” QD3 said when Lil Wayne learned the news. “Most people would go crazy. He said “I’m recording now, what are you guys doing disturbing me?”

Already an underground hero, the film documents the album release that broke Lil Wayne into the mainstream.  He told producers “I want you guys to look at this with a fresh perspective. I’d rather you live with me with the cameras instead of a sit down interview.”

QD3 said of Lil Wayne, “He is a very private person; really, when he is on stage is the time when he is the most public.  All the rest of the time he’s just with a few friends.  It’s him and his music, he’s recording non-stop.  Even on his tour he goes to his hotel room and records all by himself.  He does one song after the next.  He is more private than you’d think.  He has fun and he hangs out and he does his ting but I would say that he’s not who you would envision from the videos.” 

Despite the lawsuit surrounding the film, QD3 spoke about Lil Wayne watching the film.  “He saw the film.  He liked it.  Our producer said he laughed and smiled throughout the whole movie.”

The Carter documentary is available on DVD.  www.thecarterdoc.com

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