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    Brad pitt directs Cheadle


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    Brad pitt directs Cheadle

    Post  new_car_smell on Fri Jul 17, 2009 5:20 pm

    Brad Pitt cleans up Bolivian prison
    17 July, 2009, 14:20

    The infamous tours of La Paz’s San Pedro penitentiary have been closed. The government has ended the cocaine-and-criminals prison circuits, shamed by the movie “Marching Powder”.

    A former not-to-be-missed experience on the backpackers’ trail of South America has ended. Exposure surrounding “Marching Powder” – a forthcoming Brad-Pitt-directed film – has shamed the government into cleaning up the notorious San Pedro prison.

    The movie is based on the book about the real experiences of a British drug dealer, Thomas McFadden – played by Don Cheadle – who was incarcerated in the prison. To bring in an income, he ran tours, which were so popular they were listed in the backpacker bible, Lonely Planet.

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