These are eligible for the Less Than (Five) Zero feature on 4:3, a website I write for. The only other…
A journey into the lives of Middle-Eastern Australians in Sydney's outer-west
Ham-fisted dialogue/politics and directing/editing lacking in imagination. For some reason, though, I'll always sit through this film...
No characters. No goals. No story. No good.
Kind of like a low-rent, amateurish take on Scarface and The Combination. Actually, it doesn't really deserve to be mentioned in the same sentence as those two, but it's about the rise and fall of three Lebanese boys in the drug trade. In a modern setting, it's all about selling imported pills. What kept me partially interested was the set up. Nabil cleans the hallways in an apartment building, and notices a normal looking Aussie leaving and entering with a black bag. He becomes suspicious and decides to break in. Things are pristine clear for the first few visits. After a while, he looks everywhere and finds $350K worth of European pills. What follows isn't a conventional drug story due…