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In 1980 Fidel Castro sent hundreds of thousands of Cubans from his country on rafts to America Castro not only sent everyday people to America on boats he used this as a chance to clear out his crowded jail cells There was an estimated 25000 former Cuban inmates that arrived in Florida Tony Montana is one of the masses of criminals sent by Cuba to America His only chance to get a green card was to kill Rebenga a former political leader from Cuba Montana had no trouble executing the former communist leader Tony moves to Miami and agrees to do a job for a big time cocaine dealer Frank Lopez Frank noticed the good job Tony did for him and in turn wants Montana to continue working for him Lopez sends him to Bolivia to work on a deal with Sosa their cocaine supplier While there Tony seizes an opportunity to go into business for himself Tony shoots his way to the top of a drug crime family killing both friend and foe alike Finally after murdering his boss and marrying his bosss girlfriend hes crowned drug kingpin Tony starts having legal problems and rather than do time his supplier Sosa offered to take care of the court case if Tony would take an assassin with him to New York to eliminate one of his enemies This was the begging of the end for Tony Montana The man who was supposed to be eliminated had his wife and kids in the car with him Tony was against killing women and children but the assassin wouldnt listen to him so Tony shot him Tonys decline was caused by his twisted sense of brotherhood When Sosa learned of this he was furious He sent a small army of men to Tonys home to kill him Tony didnt go down easy but in the end he still went down Drugs in this movie portrayed money and power
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