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This documentary focuses on the relationship between Guy Fisher and Leroy Nicky Barnes, the two most notorious drug figures in the NY drug trade during the 1970's. Fisher the former owner of the world famous Apollo Theater, and Barnes, named Mr. Untouchable by the NY Times, were at once friends, competitors, and allies in the struggle to control the lions share of America's heroin trade. After years of circumventing the law, Nicky Barnes was eventually arrested and sentenced to life imprisonment without the eligibility of parole. Interestingly, the prosecutor of the case was the soon to be mayor of NYC, Rudolph Giuliani.