Resources for sparking discussions among friends, small groups, youth groups are hard to come by for the urban audience. In March of 2016, released their first feature film titled End of Malice, featuring legendary hip hop artist “No Malice” (a.k.a. “Malice” formerly of the rap group “Clipse”). The End of Malice film will be available on Netflix and other video on demand streaming services on December 15th. In the meantime, has released the Discussion Guide for leaders who wish to discuss topics in the film with friends, small groups, youth groups, and churches. The Discussion Guide is available in a few different packages, including the full-length movie from $9.99 to $16.99. You may purchase it here.

The End of Malice is a real-life look into the story of Gene “No Malice” Thornton, a rap pioneer who gained success and fame only to find that the spoils of hip-hop stardom weren’t enough to bring him the fulfillment he desired. Drawing upon the observations of his brother Terrence Thornton (a.k.a Pusha T), and the commentary of his close friend, Pharrell Williams, the 40-minute documentary delivers a passionate and riveting story relevant for anyone striving for more out of life.

The full film debuted on Revolt TV on March 27. You can visit the film’s special website here, as well as watch the film courtesy of Revolt here. You can also listen to and purchase the film’s soundtrack, Movin’ Weight, on iTunes.