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In this crime drama, four bright and well-off college students in Kentucky plot to steal some rare books from their university's Special Collections Library in a misguided quest for personal glory. Based on the story, the film includes interviews with the foursome who attempted the bizarre heist. Starring Barry Keoghan, Evan Peters, Blake Jenner, Jared Abrahamson and Ann Dowd.
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Seriously, man, fuck fraternities. The reason to be a part of that is so one day you can walk in the door of an office you never wanna go in to see a guy you never wanna meet, on the hopes that he might give you a job you never wanna fucking do.
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This film tells the story of four students who plan a heist to steal precious books from the library.
It takes an hour to get the story going, and hence initially I thought the film could be a bore. After the adrenaline kicks in, I couldn't believe how engaging and intense the film become. The interviews with the real individuals concerned are very very interesting, and makes this film very special. I enjoyed it a lot.
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