Most High

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  • 2004
  • 1 hr 35 min
  • 6.6  (288)

Most High is a gripping drama directed and written by Marty Sader, who also stars in the movie. The film follows the life of a young man, Cole (Marty Sader), who is struggling to overcome drug addiction and find his place in the world. Cole is a talented musician who has lost his passion for music due to his addiction. He finds himself running low on money and decides to team up with his friends Sophie (Laura Keys) and Mack (Kenyon Robertson) to sell drugs.

The trio quickly become successful in the drug trade and start to make a lot of money. However, their success is short-lived as they are eventually caught and sent to prison. While in prison, Cole begins to attend Narcotics Anonymous meetings and starts to see a glimmer of hope for his future. He meets a woman named Jazzy (Susan Highsmith) who helps him to see the value of his life and his talent for music.

After being released from prison, Cole tries to rebuild his life and starts to write music again. He finds success with his music and becomes a rising star in the music industry. However, his past comes back to haunt him when his former friends, Sophie and Mack, are released from prison and come looking for him. Cole must confront his past and find a way to move forward with his life, without falling back into his old ways.

The movie is a raw and emotional portrayal of the struggles that many people face when dealing with addiction. The acting is superb, with Marty Sader delivering a standout performance as the lead character. The supporting cast also delivers strong performances, with Laura Keys and Kenyon Robertson adding depth and complexity to their respective roles.

The cinematography is also noteworthy, with the film being shot in a gritty and realistic style that adds to the overall tone and atmosphere of the movie. The musical score is another standout aspect of the film, with Marty Sader's music serving as a powerful and emotional backdrop to the story.

Overall, Most High is a powerful and thought-provoking film that tackles a difficult subject matter with sensitivity and depth. It offers a glimpse into the lives of those who struggle with addiction and shows that there is hope for those who are willing to fight for a better life. The movie is a must-see for anyone who enjoys powerful and moving dramas.

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    1 hr 35 min
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    6.6  (288)