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A very compelling, exciting and emotional indie film
Chasing the White Dragon is a wonderful film that gives you an intense look into the horrors of crystal meth. With the film's fast paced structure, you're never bored and remain deeply engaged in the characters and their stories. You're emotionally attached to the key characters as soon as you're introduced to the horrors in their lives. The story builds to a wonderful climax that will give you chills on many occasions. Apart from the story, the actor's performances, special effects, music, and production value are so well done. The music is one of the many highlights of the film. Kree Harrison's music is exceptional and after you see the film, you'll be dying to have Kree's "What if I Leave Today" on your iPod. This film is a must see for anyone who enjoys and appreciates films that mix intense, fast paced drama with compelling and emotional story lines. Chasing the White Dragon is a very impressive indie film that everyone should look out for on the festival circuit.
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