True Crime Documenatries

Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by nifticus, Apr 5, 2021.

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  1. nifticus

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    I recently watched a couple of documentaries that I really enjoyed:

    Operation Odessa (2018) - Documentary about three mobsters in Miami who teamed up to sell a Russian submarine to a Colombian drug cartel. Fascinating and riveting. A couple of these guys are so charismatic they are likeable. A must-watch.

    The Legend of Cocaine Island (2018) - A funny, interesting and at the end frustrating 90-minute Florida-Man meme.

    Some of my other favorites:

    The Seven-Five (2014) - Amazing story of police corruption in NYC in the 1980s. Absolutely riveting.

    Cocaine Cowboys (2006) - Fascinating account of drug smuggling in Miami in the '70s and '80s.

    Wild Wild Country (Netflix 2018) - Story about an Indian guru and his community of followers in Oregon in the 1980s. At times jaw-dropping.

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