Indigenous Workers In The Film Blow

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While a movie’s main purpose is to entertain the audience, Blow is not only entertaining but also very informative as the film gives an inside look into what goes on in the drug trade. The opening scene depicts indigenous workers in a tropical rain forest faming the land and picking crops but then goes onto show all the crops they’re working are in fact cocaine crops. These indigenous workers are the ones working behind the scenes in the cocaine drug trade. They are the people who not only supply the Medellin Cartel with their merchandise but package and load it into their private planes as well so it may then be distributed globally. As Escobar’s and Jung’s smuggling operation grows, we are informed that the importation and sell of cocaine

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