This new documentary will add onto the "Is Life Imitating Art or Vice Versa" discussion very nicely!
How to Make Money Selling Drugs is a new documentary making the rounds along the Internet, and comes at a very sensitive time in America. With the recent tragedies in Chicago and Chief Keef's highly popularized setback, the question about who is doing more damage here is being talked about in the digital landspace.
These questions may or may not be answered in the film, which serves as an extension to The Notorious B.I.G.'s classic crack/rap tale, "The Ten Crack Commandments, but will that matter to an interested consumer market? The project goes into everything one needs to know to become the next Marlo Stanfield: How to work your way up from the corner, how to deal with the police, and how to get your connections to get drugs for sale. It's like an Anarchist Cookbook for Crack Kobes.
While the film does talk in-detail about the reasons behind a lot of youth deciding to sell dope over getting a job, How to Make Money Selling Drugs is bound to have its fair share of detractors who won't enjoy seeing their favorite stars such as 50 Cent, Eminem and Susan Sarandon talking about that white girl.
You can see the trailer for yourself below:
How to Make Money Selling Drugs made its premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival last night, and it looks like it will be a very promising documentary to cite as the discussion point for our current social news.