Season 4 of HBO’s hit comedy opens on location in Colombia with a documentary-style seem to be at the making of “Medellin,” the long-awaited dream project of Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier) about drug lord Pablo Escobar. Onset, erratic director Billy Walsh (Rhys Coiro) displays the film would not have an ending, so first-time producer Eric Murphy (Kevin Connolly) hires Oscar-winning creator Stephen Gaghan (playing himself) to end the script, only to have Billy, in the end, do it himself. Upon returning to L.A., Vince is quick on money considering that financing Medellin.
So the boys remain with Johnny Drama (Kevin Dillon) in his newly acquired condo. After years of failure, Drama finally receives a taste of success with a starring function in the hit (but critically panned) TV drama “Five Towns.” Vince learns from agent Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven) that the future of his as soon as a red-hot profession is now driving on the success of “Medellin”
|Release Date||17 June 2007|
|Running time||21–35 mins|
|File type||SRT (Zip file)|