Cocaine one mans seduction
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- Cocaine: One Man’s Seduction (1983) – Dennis Weaver TV MOVIE REVIEW
- What I Learned From “Cocaine: One Man’s Seduction”
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Cocaine: One Man's Seduction is a American made-for-television drama film directed by Paul Wendkos , starring Dennis Weaver as a real estate agent who gets addicted to cocaine. Eddie Gant Weaver was once a highly successful real estate agent, the number one for over ten years, but is now struggling to sell houses. Eddie is pressured into selling family houses, considered a dead market, and wants to break out but does not know how. When his boss Dan Hatten Venture does not make him partner as promised, Eddie suffers a major setback and finds solace with cocaine, arranged through his business friends Robin Barstowe Bellwood and Bruce Neumann Ackroyd. Through using cocaine, he feels on top of the world, and finds the confidence to act like a top salesman again. He is given the opportunity to try and sell a luxury home, but the potential buyer, Mrs. Marchais Chinh is not impressed and leaves quickly.
Cocaine: One Man’s Seduction (1983) – Dennis Weaver TV MOVIE REVIEW
David Goldsmith Charles W. - By Geno McGahee. Eddie Gant Weaver is in real estate but the market is terrible.
What I Learned From “Cocaine: One Man’s Seduction”
Because coke was the drug of choice for the beautiful people, it was also staggeringly expensive, which meant it only rarely trickled down to the bourgeoisie. Though Robin is the first to bring up trying coke to Eddie, who initially declines, clearly it will be Bruce who leads him down the path to destruction. Nevertheless, Eddie agrees to try some toot, and the effects are almost instantaneous. In fact, given the puzzling pacing of the movie, they appear to last only about a week or so, before the negative effects of cocaine take over. Coke may make Eddie a better salesman, but it also makes him a combative, paranoid one too, alienating both his co-workers and his family.