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Review: 'Kid Cannabis' shows high and low life of a pot dealer
Review: 'Kid Cannabis' shows high and low life of a pot dealer

Another get-rich-quick scheme goes awry in the energetic and involving "Kid Cannabis," based on the true story of young Nate Norman, who briefly was a kind of Jordan Belfort of weed. The film, which begins in 2005, finds high school dropout and pizza-delivering pothead Norman (Jonathan Daniel Brown) living with his working-class single mom (Amanda Tapping) and kid brother (Mark Hills) in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. But one day, he realizes a way out of his family's economic dead end: smuggling pot across the nearby Canadian border and selling it in his scenic hometown of haves and have-nots. With the help of best bud Topher (Kenny Wormald), a specialty pot grower (John C....

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