Filmmakers spotlight Florida’s Pot Smuggling culture

Miami filmmakers Alfred Spellman and Billy Corben’s latest film, Square Grouper, follows three stories of marijuana smuggling in South Florida in the 1980s. One of these stories is about Everglades City, a small fishing town on the Gulf Coast that sits in the middle of Tamiami Trail. Many in this quaint village of 500 residents went from fishermen to pot smugglers. The documentary premiered April 14 in Miami.

Spellman and Corben run the Miami Beach producton company, Rakontur. Their previous films include the popular Cocaine Cowboys and The U.

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