69: The Saga of Danny Hernandez

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, 71% Fresh Tomatometer Score
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    Tim GriersonScreen International
    Gandhi speaks to collaborators, lovers and journalists, who help flesh out Hernandez's life, although the musician's unwillingness to participate leaves this an intriguing snapshot rather than a definitive portrait.
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    Eric KohnindieWire
    "'69: The Saga of Danny Hernandez" manages to lay out the fragments of the Tekashi story well enough to cast a valuable spotlight on the nature of his fame.
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    Calum MarshNew York Times
    Gandhi's insights into Tekashi69's psyche are limited, and some of his conclusions about the disgraced rapper's character are bizarre.
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    Nick AllenRogerEbert.com
    The comprehensive treatise we've needed about such an enigmatic, problematic figure, especially when it comes to understanding the full extent of his artifice.
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    John DeForeHollywood Reporter
    A fine primer on a rap star the world could probably do without.
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    Johnny LoftusDecider
    Tells a furiously contemporary tale in the memes, madness, and body morphing that make a rap star in the Millennial age.
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    Jacob OllerPaste Magazine
    69 is surprisingly (ahem) by-the-numbers considering its bombastic subject matter.
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