This penetrating documentary from director Billy Corben pulls out all the stops to explore the many dimensions of Miami's cocaine-trafficking boom of the 1980s, as told by the smugglers, cops and average citizens who were there. The film is an unflinching study of Miami's most notorious and lethal vice -- from how the drug was moved and its financial impact on the city to the havoc and violence that followed in its wake.
Netflix Rating: 3.9
A hyperventilating account of the blood-bathed Miami drug culture in the 1970's and 80's, Billy Corben's bottom-feeding documentary chronicles the explosion of South Florida's "cocaine economy" and the ensuing turf wars between the Colombians and the Cubans.
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