Pusher

Synopsis

Based on the edgy and explosive series by visionary director Nicolas Winding Refn, Pusher stars Richard Coyle as a drug dealer who grows increasingly desperate over the course of a week after a botched deal lands him in the merciless clutches of a ruthless crime lord. The more desperate his behavior, the more isolated he becomes until there is nothing left standing between him and the bullet his debtors intend to fire his way.

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Starring

Richard Coyle, Bronson Webb, Agyness Dyn, Zlatko Buric

Directed by

Luis Prieto

Written by

Matthew Read

Country Of Origin

UK

Language

English

Vue Weekly

"A hyper-charged, buzzy take on the London night-scene-and one man slipping under it, for no-good."

Daily Star

"The most original British gangster flick in years."

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