Life Of Crime | Official Trailer | HBO

Life Of Crime 1984-2020, an HBO original documentary, chronicles the lives of Freddie, Rob, and Deliris, and the struggles they face on the streets of Newark, New Jersey catalyzed by the ever growing drug epidemic.

Premieres November 30 at 10PM on HBO Max.

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30 replies
  1. The Stop
    The Stop says:

    Feel like so much was left unanswered. I hope a series comes out that expands on everyone and everything else. Like we never learned the details of Freddie's last days. We also dont get Deliris give her thoughts on Freddie and Robs death. Also did Freddie and Rob stop being cool? I know they were in jail at separate times but they did seem close. lol What happened to the friendly mechanic in part 1? Also an update on Kiki and Freddies kids would be cool.

  2. Andrea
    Andrea says:

    I just watched this on HBO and what a heartfelt, touching, emotional, rollercoaster of a story this told. Thank you to HBO and the film makers.

  3. C Doe
    C Doe says:

    ROBERT – dies due to an OD in his kitchen
    FREDDIE – dies in 2007 of AIDS
    DELERIS – dies of an OD in 2019 after being clean, the corona virus took away her vital support services and ended up over dosing too

  4. Andrew Mack
    Andrew Mack says:

    Robs fate absolutely gutted me, the guy had a lot of charisma, whit and charm, he could have made something of himself. Everyone is responsible for their own actions but I can't help but feel the system is broken.

  5. Deeply Seated
    Deeply Seated says:

    All this movie teaches me is that you NEVER get out of it. Once you open the door, it is over. You will always be thinking about it cos being high is better than being sober.

  6. Gage Wright
    Gage Wright says:

    This was sad and difficult to watch but it was one of the best documentaries I’ve seen. Really connected with the participants and thank them for letting us into their lives all those years, I can’t imagine how difficult it was for them and their families.

  7. Kurdt Kobaine
    Kurdt Kobaine says:

    If there is an emotional equivalent to being knocked out by Mike Tyson then the last part of the documentary is it.

    First jab you saw coming, second was a surprise knock out punch that put you down and as you were stumbling back up on your feet the final uppercut finished you off.


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