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Good acting and costumes, but that's about it. Highlight of the movie, they boy gets laid and goes home and smells his finger. That's the most exciting, yet only classic thing in the movie.
Overall just a depressing movie, that dragged on. In order to really get a true story out of this, a proper and well researched documentary would have been far more beneficial. The whole "gangster" persona was overplayed, just tell the story of what really happened.
At the end of the movie I was just depressed and disappointed I wasted $7 and nearly 2hrs of my time. Never again.
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