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Yesterday was one of those Sundays... I was under the weather, and in and out of cat-naps. I woke up at 2 pm and went to the kitchen to warm up an Everything bagel with Salmon Cream Cheese - Delish ! Okay enough with the food xxx talk. While snacking and I decided to look for something good to dive into on tv. Eventually, I ended up finding a documentary called The Seven Five, and it didn't disappoint one bit.
The Seven Five is a documentary that's approximately close to two hours long - which wasn't an issue for me at all, especially being that it grabbed my attention right away. The streaming service platform that I watched the documentary on acknowledged the film to be presented by All3media in association with Belfor entertainment, and another source cites that Tiller Russel directed it, and Sony Pictures recently purchased.
The acknowledgment is out of the way, so let's get it now. The Seven Five is a story based on a ex New York City Police officer, Mike Dowd, who worked as a cop for the East New York, Brooklyn 75th Precinct in the 1980s. Mike Dowd was an overzealous Caucasian officer who made one of the most dangerous, impoverished slums of America during that time in history his pot of gold by becoming a bigger criminal than any criminal you probably can think of to this very date.
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