Frank Lucas's Destruction Of 'Real Money In The Film'

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2. POINT: Frank Lucas finally finds a way to get to his goal of being wealthy. Although, he achieves his dream by commencing immoral acts and the dealing of illegal drugs. As Frank Lucas discovers his way through out of his struggles, it only serves as a negative destruction of his character because of the illegal acts it leads to.

PROOF: “But Lucas saw how real money was made on the streets, through illegal gambling and drugs. With each ensuing crime, he became more bold and ruthless. He first robbed a local bar at gunpoint. Then he stole a tray of diamonds from a jewelry store, breaking a guard 's jaw with a slug from his brass knuckles. Feeling confident, he brazenly broke into a high-stakes crap game at a local club and robbed all the

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