- Director: Lucie Borleteau
- Writer: Hamid Hlioua
- Producer: Ignasi Estapé; Tonie Marshall; Véronique Zerdoun
No guesses as to what this is all about!!!
Drug dealers! And, as you would expect, none of them are particularly pleasant people. So, considering their 'occupation' - it's difficult to feel anything for any of them...in the slightest.
Just to add a soupçon of authenticity to the drug-dealing shenanigans...Jean-Michel Correia [an ex-con] is cast as an ex-con...sadly, his acting is the weakest link in the whole production.
Subplots come and go...faster than a council estate score! One of the main storylines really does become a trial of plausibility...Morphée [that's his drug-dealing name] is married, a father...and so far in the closet that he has a time-share in Narnia...he's bonking a policeman. And, when the policeman finds out he's bonking a 'most wanted' drug-dealing criminal...he just carries on bonking him!
If it wasn't so erratic, focused on less characters, showed the devastation that drugs can do...then, it could have been so much better than it actually is!
When a huge marijuana shipment falls prey to thieves, the aftermath touches players from all ranks on the drug trade between Morocco and Europe.