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A recent college graduate (Brener) decides to sell marijuana on the streets of Manhattan after losing his job at a consulting firm. He soon meets the girl of his dreams (Daddario). With an unsupportive girlfriend, an increase of clienteles, and the growing threats of being caught or killed, he soon realizes he is in way over his head. Written by
At about 27:20 minutes in, when David and Kate are lying on the bed talking, both are lying on their stomachs and appear unclothed. Initially, the blanket is resting on Kate's mid-back, and then the shot changes to David. When it changes back to Kate, during the same dialogue, the blanket is resting higher up near her shoulder. In a subsequent shot, it is back down to her mid-back. See more »
An easy movie for anyone to enjoy. Youth, love, and danger - always makes a good mix when done right -- and in this sweet movie it's done very well. The plot is easy to follow and the characters certainly will keep your interest.
David looses his nice paying job and then meets the girl of his dreams. David isn't particularly attractive. Actually he's appears to be a bit mousy and is rather nerdy looking but Kate thinks he's wonderful and she moves into his apartment with him.
Kate is still in college, David is unemployed and he needs money! He discovers the quickest way to cash is dealing in pot. A friend introduces him to a supplier and David finds himself mixed in with a type of crowd he is totally unprepared to deal with. As fate would have it the dealing in pot takes all his time away from Kate and she resents it.
This flick is mostly predictable but still fun to watch and you will actually feel sorry for David.
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