In Thee Designer world - no one is innocent. Peter and Sofie are players in the drug world- she by blood, he by choice. They deliver the final payload in a most unexpected fashion.
Our Desert Storm veteran hero, Peter, is a hired gun in the underworld of narcotics smuggling and must pit two Drug Lords against each in order to fulfill his contract to get the big shipment from the US back into Mexico. Riding shotgun is his girlfriend - spoiled mafia princess Sofie, who almost blows the deal.
Everyone they meet while navigating the treacherous US/Mexico borderland wants a piece of the action, and most will die trying.
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Drugs are killing thousands of people every year.
The CDC names Fentanyl to be the deadliest drug in the United States. Only 2 milligrams is lethal. It is 50 times more powerful than heroin and 100 times more powerful than morphine. So far, It has killed more Americans than those lost in the Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan wars combined.
Since 2013 Fentanyl quickly hit the streets of the US with deadly force. Manufactured primarily in China and shipped to the USA via Mexican Cartels, it is now the deadliest drug in the country.
In 2020 alone more than 70,000 Americans lost their lives to Fentanyl. It is the most common cause of drug-related fatalities - far surpassing heroin. The reason: it is used carelessly as a lacing-agent to increase the potency of common street drugs.
Our goal is to spread the word about this invisible killer through our movie Thee Designer.
Awareness is the best cure. Let’s save lives together!
"Do not go where the path may lead. Instead, go where there is no path and leave a trail"