Mr. Untouchable is a 2007 film based on the true life story of Nicky Barnes, famous millionaire drug lord who transformed lifestyles when he went from rags to riches. Nicky was a notorious junkie living in Harlem who became infamously rich for controlling the heroin trade in New York during the 1970â€™s. Nicky was the leader of the African American crime organization known as The Council. Shortly after being coined â€œMr. Untouchableâ€, a name introduced by a New York Times editor; Nicky was sentenced to life in jail without parole and without any promise of every being released, started dropping names. He is now referred to as â€œthe black Godfatherâ€. Directed by Marc Levin, Mr. Untouchable is an inside look into the life of â€œthe black Godfatherâ€, with first-hand testimonials from Nicky Barnes himself. Mr. Untouchable is the story of Nickyâ€™s life as he tells it, which makes for a thrilling documentary involving greed, excess, and revenge.