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Rated NR · 2009
Stew, the playwright/co-composer/lyricist/narrator/vocalist/guitarist of this semi-autobiographical cultural odyssey of a young American black man, is a powerhouse talent. And at times, the story of “Youth” (Daniel Breaker) and his coming of age in Los Angeles, Amsterdam, and Berlin, threatens to blow the doors off the theater with its combination of rage, ecstasy, and hormones set free. But there’s no denying the power of Stew’s stage show, captured here in its final performance at New York City’s Belasco Theatre in July, 2008. Filmmaker Spike Lee, a Stew fan, was there to capture the heat, memorably. Originally made for TV. Costarring Rebecca Naomi Jones, Colman Domingo, and Eisa Davis (135 min).

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