Chris Rock and co-producer Kanye West exchange laughs at the “Top Five” premiere.
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Rock is on a truth-telling spree.And for the first time, he has found a way to funnel his strong voice into a fiction film of his own. "Top Five," a comedy that sparked a bidding war at the Toronto International Film Festival, is a big-screen breakthrough for the stand-up. Aside from his excellent documentary "Good Hair," Rock's previous films were disappointments. Rock plays a version of himself, Andre Allen, a comic attempting to become a serious filmmaker.Q: Do you feel as though you've finally cracked this nut, fitting yourself into your own movie?I look at the other movies I made, it wasn't even like I was making movies.Q: You've said "Top Five" is partially about "black fame".
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