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Single camera, buddy comedy that centers on Sam (Richardson) and Tim (Robinson), two local ad men who make low budget commercials in Detroit, Michigan. But the two best friends, much like the city in which they live, aspire to achieve great things.
Pat Vern Harris
A Fine Independent film boasting a larger budget, a must see.
To be honest at first my opinion was reserved, I was unsure whether I could relate to the characters and attribute any value to the roles. once viewed, the film was impressive and powerful. This film was developed with a fine point and eye opening perspective of third world situations in the United States. 4 short stories about change and progression from society standing, that anyone can relate to.
This film stretches the line of racial tension and profiling, portraying a need and desire for a better life, and all the obstacles that slam the characters in the face on there way up.
For being developed independent, without any Motion Picture Company Money, Panic in Detroit shows the same quality of picture as any other film company out there. with the lack of decent content as of late in the film industry it is rather delightful to see individuals step up and create fine quality films.
If you enjoyed films like Crash, Colors, Dark Blue, and Constant Gardener, then Panic in Detroit is a must see.
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