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It's rare that I come out of a film feeling oddly sympathetic to drug dealers but it's hard not to when the world that you are presented with over the course of the film is so bleak, scary and ultimately corrupt as the one that How to Make Money Selling Drugs presents. The film, framed like the levels of a videogame, show what it really takes to become a drug dealer in America and how to get rich doing it. The film looks at the little people like the street dealers to the cartel lords that profit off the misery ... Read full review »
Ever get that feeling that if you stay next to someone for any longer that you might physically attack them? Well thats what being the central couple in Le Week-end is like. Not only is this mismatched pairing constantly on the brink of saying something they might ultimately regret but they are so close to saying the right thing, the things they have always been to afraid to say and while this is portrayed through strained means it doesn't make it any less compelling. Le Week-End follows married couple Nick ... Read full review »