When a drug-dealing pharmacist quits dealing when he falls in love with a woman who wants nothing to do with drugs. But when a psychotic killer informs the pharmacist that they are now business partners, quitting is no longer an option.
In 1999, after losing his son in a drug-related shooting in New Orleans and lacking answers from police, a small town pharmacist - Dan Schneider - beats the odds when he embarks on a dogged... See full summary »
Filmmaker Brian Knappenberger investigates the tragic death of an 8-year-old California boy who endured horrific abuse by his mother and her boyfriend, along with the fractured and complex systems that failed to protect him.
Hella is around 30 and works in a pharmacy. She is waiting for the right man to step into her life, but as she has a certain affinity for losers, she is kind of disillusionized. When she ... See full summary »
Spencer is a narcoleptic pharmacist who's slept through a decade. The rut he's in is starting to look an awful lot like a grave. And so Spencer goes looking for excitement. He tries drug dealing, but who would have guessed? It's so boring it's funny. But that doesn't matter because before he can really get going, he meets Alice, and Alice is more than enough to keep him awake. But as is always the way with movies about girls and guns and drugs, these sorts of things always have a way of developing some very serious complications...Written by
Just going into tears. As a Pharmacist I feel honored to be your profession colleague, Mr. Dan. I've got deeply touched by what you have achieved, fighting Titans, with all odds against you. I know there is sooo much more involved than your professional duties only; with God's permission, your son has been by your side all along inspiring and enlightening your path. And he will always will. Keep on moving great as this because the US and the world needs more real brave pharmacists as you.
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