Based on a true story, "Dynamite: A Cautionary Tale" follows family man Max Bornstein who was a full-time dope fiend working within the underground, highly illegal pornography industry in 1968â€™s New York City. While running books and films to delivery points and mob headquarters around the east coast, Max had the Feds on his tail. But even in the wake of a federal investigation, Max's truest worry was his wife and two young children, a family kept in the dark about Max's reality and the walls of it caving in around him. As Max battles his consuming addiction, dissolving family unit and the growing suspicion about his drug use amongst his associates, Max watches helplessly as his well-crafted reality falls to pieces, leaving him searching for the spaces in between.
According to a true story, “Dynamite: A Tale” uses family-man Max Bornstein who had been a complete-time dope fiend performing within the subterranean, highly illegal pornography market in 1968’s Nyc. Though operating publications and shows to delivery factors and mafia headquarters round the east coast, Max experienced the Feds on his trail. But yet in the wake of a federal investigation, Maxis truest fear was his partner and two young kids, a family group held inthedark about Maxis reality as well as the surfaces of it caving around him. As Max battles with his consuming habit, dissolving the growing hunch about his drug use and household system Max watches as his well – truth that is crafted falls to portions, making him trying to find the spaces in between.