Part of the Game (2004)

Not Rated   |    |  Crime, Drama


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Robert (25) runs a very successful illegal business, the buying and selling of drugs. In the height of success he learns that his sister Janice (16) becomes hooked on Heroin. Plagued with ... See full summary »


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24 January 2005 | alexia246
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| Touching film about a gut-wrenching problem.
Finally - a movie that doesn't show the stereotypical view of the drug business. Writer/director/producer Rick Alyea's vision is inspiring. He uses a very simple plot line and his lead character Robert (played by talented young actor Richard de Klerk) to show that not all who have chosen the path of wholesaling drugs are cold, pompous, hardened criminals. It is de Klerk's performance that fulfills the tag line: "For everyone with an addiction there is hope" as he embodies the human side of Robert's dilemma, whether to continue in his extremely lucrative illegal business or help his sister Janice (Jovanna Huguet, who gives a very believable performance of a drug addicted teen). The film was not only moving but enlightening. I'm sure many may be able to identify with this story, whether it is because they have been touched by drugs personally or through knowing someone with a drug addiction problem. I definitely recommend this movie.


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