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Documentarian Billy Corben’s revealing film exposes the methods and players in South Florida’s drug trade that literally built the city of Miami that we know today with billions of dollars in blood cash.
Corben’s exhaustively researched film utilizes news footage, along with interviews with former drug traffickers and assassins, to give a clear dissertation on a brutal and vile chapter of American history that condemned Miami to what Time magazine called "Paradise Lost" in 1981.
Television’s "Miami Vice" composer Jan Hammer provides the film’s infectious musical score.
Rated R. 118 mins.