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Hardened, uncomprimising drug dealer Roemello Skuggs decides to quit his scumbag profession so he may start a new life with his girlfriend. However, he soon learns getting out is nowhere near as easy as getting in, as everything gradually builds up to end in tragedy. Written by
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Oh. Now you want me to "finish him". Nah, man. I saved him for you, my brother. Roemello. So you can remember what the fuck this is all about. Where you come from, who you are, and what the fuck it is we do. You rock his cradle, Rome. 'Cause I'm done.
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Sugar Hill is an intense movie that exposes the harsh reality of drug addiction and drug dealing. Roemello(Snipes) and Raynathan(Wright) are two brothers who are drug dealers in Harlem. Snipes and Wright gave great performances. Sugar Hill has a lot of drama and suspense and it is very realistic. The film has al ot of great monologue, And the message is very clear: "Don't Do Drugs".
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