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Using footage shot over a decade, ‘enough.’ is a narrative hip hop film exploring Nathan Nzanga's journey from a quirky little kid born to Congolese immigrants, to an idealistic teen rapper, to an adult artist deconstructing his slow-motion loss of racial innocence. Structured around two of Nate's songs written years apart, the film uses dream logic to sift through his most conflicted feelings on identity, power and love.

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  • Year
  • Runtime
    13 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    United States
  • Rating
    Mature Themes
  • Note
    Narrative Short
  • Director
    Caleb Slain
  • Screenwriter
    Nathan Nzanga, Caleb Slain
  • Producer
    Rick Stevenson, Max Losee, Caleb Slain, Jennette Vasiljevic, Hope Alexander, Ethan Seneker, La'Charles Trask
  • Executive Producer
    William G. Way
  • Cast
    Nathan Nzanga, Max Losee