Very Big Shot

Movie, 2015, 108 minutes
Very Big Shot
When three brothers struggling to go straight become targets of a criminal underworld, they use the making of a movie as a front to transport drugs.
The movie Very Big Shot was released in 2015 and lasts 108 minutes. Suitable for mature audiences only This movie is Dark.
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Score: 7.5 of the 10

Brothers Ziad (Alain Saadeh) and Joe (Tarek Yaacoub) run a small but lucrative drug dealing business out of their takeout pizzeria in one of Beirut's working class districts. With their youngest brother Jad (Wissam Fares) about to be released from prison - where he was serving a sentence for a crime that Ziad had committed - Ziad plans to go straight by using their coke-peddling profits to open a restaurant. But Ziad's supplier, a powerful drug lord who is none too keen to see his dealers retire, convinces the brothers to take on one last job.

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Audio: Arabic (Lebanon)
Subtitles: French;English;Traditional Chinese;German;Spanish

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