War Dogs: Heavy dramatization could dilute the truth behind the movie
War Dogs is an American biographical crime war comedy movie based on real story of Iraq war. It is the story of two friends who made millions from the war that ruined lives of millions. They were arms dealers and they bagged many government contracts to supply arms to US troops in Afghanistan.
Efraim Diveroli and David Packouz are childhood friends. Efraim gets an opportunity to become an arms dealer for US government. He invites his friend to join him in the flourishing business. Starting with small contracts, they keep on going bagging big supply orders. They make good money from these contracts and suddenly they bag the biggest order of their life. It is a huge-huge supply order but there are many shadows behind this deal. It is a $300 million supply order with the condition of working with some very shady people. It is a certainly big deal that the duo doesn’t want to let go but they also don’t want to get involved in illegal business. What happens next is the thing to be seen.
War Dogs is based on a book titled Arms and the Dudes. It was authored by Guy Lawson after he wrote … Find More