Tired of your dull 9-5 office job? Struggling to get by and living paycheck to paycheck on a meager salary? Need more excitement in your life? Why not become a multi-billion dollar international arms dealer? It worked for 20-something Masseuse David Packouz! Well, it sort of worked for Packouz.
The new film from Todd Phillips staring Jonah Hill and Miles Teller tells the true story of two young men that win a $300 million dollar contract from the Pentagon to arm U.S. allies in Afghanistan.
Learn how an invitation to a dinner party turned led a Packouz and his partner down a road filled with Chinese arms dealers, gun battles, raids conducted by the Federal government, African warlords and a $300 million dollar contract that would not only change their lives but change the way the entire arms-dealing business functions forever.
To hear more about Packouz before seeing the film listen to real audio footage of Packouz telling his story to NPR‘s Glynn Washington: