A boy named George Jung grows up in a struggling family in the 1950's. His mother nags at her husband as he is trying to make a living for the family. It is finally revealed that George's father cannot make a living and the family goes bankrupt. George does not want the same thing to happen to him, and his friend Tuna, in the 1960's, suggests that he deal marijuana. He is a big hit in California in the 1960's, yet he goes to jail, where he finds out about the wonders of cocaine. As a result, when released, he gets rich by bringing cocaine to America. However, he soon pays the price.

The film is based on a memoir written by George Jung - the first person to bring the drugs from Colombia into the United States. He is also the person who helps Escoba become Mafia drug barons in the world. Let's come to this interesting movie . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Deb K (ca) wrote: I gave this movie about 15 minutes, and just couldn't watch any more of it.

Remy R (fr) wrote: Ordinary life in a not so ordinary cafe in Tapei. Great picture. Great acting. Funny and bitter sweet. Lunmei Kwai is beautiful.

michelle (mx) wrote: great bollywood film. i love the song go balle balle with preity zinta dancing! unfortunately she dies towards the begining of the film. about a man who lost his love & find a new unexpected love.

Matthew H (ru) wrote: Liked the movie a lot

Private U (au) wrote: This was funny, cute, one of the best movies I have ever seen

Andy C (gb) wrote: Pretty relentless, leaves a wide swath of fiery death and destruction in its wake. Unfortunately, you could light the entire inner city on fire and it would probably look better. Now I have to watch Cidade de Deus and see how that compares.

Andr D (mx) wrote: El dialogo es terrible...las actuaciones son de lo peor... Pero la musica! el baile! Pese a sus muchas falencias, "Beat Street" es un apelicula definitiva para conocer los origenes del Hip-Hop y la estetica de los 80.

Alex S (us) wrote: great acting, great script (for its time).

Marilee A (es) wrote: See it & you've been Warholed.Don't expect a Story, this is a work of Warhol Art

Antonius B (br) wrote: This smart and gritty French film about a heist does not disappoint. Jean Servais plays a tough guy who has just gotten out of prison and gets an offer to knock off a high-end jewelry store. The opening scenes that establish the four thieves are memorable - Tony (Servais) running out of money while playing cards, Jo (Carl Mhner) and his young family, who will figure prominently in the film, Mario (Robert Manuel) getting bathed by his buxom wife (Claude Sylvain), and Cesar (director Jules Dassin), the expert safecracker who falls for Viviane (Magali Noel) as she sings the playful title song in a nightclub. The club is owned by Grutter, the leader of a gang, and rival for Tony's old girlfriend Mado (Marie Sabouret), and it's these two guys, Grutter and Tony, who will ultimately have to square off. I have to say the early scene in which Tony tracks Mado down and then forces her to completely strip before beating her with a belt (off-screen) is very disturbing, particularly as we're going to find ourselves rooting for him later in the film. It does establish him as a heavy though, loyal to the gang but if betrayed, merciless, which is consistent how he acts later. I can't recall Servais cracking a smile in the entire film, and he plays the role beautifully.The robbery itself is shown masterfully by Dassin. In the planning stages, only a couple of the ways in which the thieves will pull it off are shown, an example of which is figuring out how to use a fire extinguisher to muffle the then state-of-the-art alarm system. The execution of the crime is highly realistic, and I love how he used minimal dialog and music, so that the actions and facial expressions of the actors tell the story. If only there were more films today that took a lesson from him! We also see a flaw that will lead to problems for them, and the film is far from over after the crime - further drama and real tension await, but I won't spoil it. If you're looking for a caper film that among a few others set the blueprint for the genre, this is it. I found out later Dassin had been blacklisted by Hollywood, and was even happier for the triumph of his fantastic direction here. The script is taut, there are no wasted scenes, and on top of it all there are great shots outdoors in Paris. Don't be frightened by the subtitles or by the fact it's black and white and was made in 1955 - it all holds up very well, and is superior to most of the action films of today.

Orlok W (de) wrote: A truly original and mirthfully twisted gem--Essential 1980s horror. Cheap, nasty and LOTS of fun.. A Gonzo Cult Classic!!

Liy D (es) wrote: I felt like this film could have offered more. I just wasn't pulled in.

Nicole T (es) wrote: Maybe there was some promise in the story at some point, but the film relies far too heavily on the torture aspect, which comes off as lazy writing to me. 2 stars.

Mateus V (ca) wrote: ''No fique mais imaginandoPensando no porqu, no que aconteceu,No que no aconteceu,Seno vai ter mil passados e nenhum futuro'TEMO

Timothy B (it) wrote: Absurd but in an oh-so-fun way. It's not insulting to youngsters but gives a fairly decent view of teen life in 1984, even if it wasn't portrayed realistically. I enjoyed the film. The soundtrack is fantastic, too.