How to Make Money Selling Drugs documentary trailer
Matthew Cooke made an interestingly titled documentary called How to Make Money Selling Drugs last year and I've only just seen the trailer. Now before you get all excited I don't actually believe it is a guide on how to do it and succeed, looking at it more closely it might just come away with a different message, at least I hope it does.
The trailer is an interesting one and puts you on a knife edge of uncertainty about whether this is a good idea or a bad idea. It's really hard to tell. It could really be a guide to selling drugs, but that's all on the surface and that film would never get made. title=
The trailer for How to Make Money Selling Drugs does capture you and I like the way it gets you on that edge, uncertain about what it's actually trying to do. However it isn't a handbook on starting your own operation but from many accounts it's an excellent documentary that does expose a lot about the drug wars and has provoked some powerful and positive reactions.
Mind you even from the blurb you wouldn't think that:
Ten easy steps show you how to make money from drugs, featuring a series of interviews with drug dealers, prison employees, and lobbyists arguing for tougher drug laws.
Whatever gets people through the door though, and the trailer will do that.
Woody Harrelson's comment from the trailer is interesting:
"…either we have the right to do what we want to do as long as we're not hurting someone else or we're not living in a free country."
Of course that would apply to those stockpiling automatic, high calibre weaponry, people preaching against other groups including Americans, and so on. Again though, I don't know how much of that has been taken out of context to evoke a response from the trailer, trailers are difficult things.
Here is the tricky trailer through TrailerAddict for How to Make Money Selling Drugs:target=application/x-shockwave-flash