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Malcolm is a brilliant, callous businessman who is a vicious, overbearing father. Mark is the sales manager at Chamberlain Auto, the dealership that promises to do "Whatever It Takes" to put you in a new car. But on a scorching hot Saturday in the middle of the Phoenix summer, Mark has a chance to get his own dealership - and out from under the thumb of his father. Mark has to sell thirty-five cars by the end of the day. The question: Will Mark do whatever it takes - including betraying his sales team and himself - to get what he wants?Written by
I enjoyed this film. The story is more about relationships than the main plot which is about them trying to reach a quota of 300 car sales. There is some very good acting. The film looked professional even though it was mostly made by students. The flash back type bits made no sense and I think the film would have been better without. The ending also I think could have been slightly better.
Overall though this is a good drama and in my opinion better than many of the big budget Hollywood dramas.
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