Derrill Davis aka Dee Dee (played by T. Miles) lives the life as a professional used car salesman by day and one of Atlanta's most deadly and feared undercover street gangsters by night. He hooks up partner oneway Boobe aka Ray and does a string of crimes that involve robbing, kidnapping and the killing of well-known drug dealers. When Dee Dee gets a big opportunity to take out one of Atlanta's most known drug dealers, "Bingo" (played by Dino), for $1.3 million, Dee Dee discovers that on the night of the robbery, he is left with a tough decision; break or honor the code of the streets, leave no witnesses. Written by
It's sick this way of life and it's sick that it's never-ending, which
is drugs. The movie is hard to accept because it's totally immersed in
this world and this 'economic and social' order, such that there is a
meeting where 'community leaders', I suppose, must stem an ambitious
drug dealer who wants to 'peddle' more than the 'normal order' can
tolerate by having him assassinated. We never see any of the 'normal'
world other than a passing reference to 'leave nice girls alone'.
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