Cocaine and Principles Make Uneasy Partners In DOWN AND DANGEROUS Trailer

Peter Martin, Managing Editor

'My father was a cocaine smuggler' sounds like a great inspiration for a movie. Filmmaker Zak Forsman credits his father, who briefly worked in the drug trade, as the creative spark behind Down and Dangerous, which will enjoy its world premiere at the Phoenix (Arizona) Film Festival with screenings on April 5-7.

The film is an original project that benefited from crowdfunding. Here's the official synopsis:

Always one step ahead of the Feds, Paul Boxer is the most inventive and principled smuggler in the trade, and has never needed to carry a gun. When violent mid-level traffickers coerce him into designing a foolproof plan to bring several kilos of cocaine across the México border, he maneuvers to rid himself of their hold over him once and for all. But when a sharp-witted woman from his past enlists his help to escape this rival outfit, Paul must confront the man that is hunting him down, and choose between his livelihood as a smuggler and his integrity as a man.

Down and Dangerous stars John T. Woods, Paulie Rojas, Ross Marquand, and the one and only Judd Nelson. You can watch the crackling, dramatic trailer below.

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  • Purplebloke

    Like the look of this. A good story doesn't need mega bucks. Hope it gets UK distribution.

  • Christopher Dunning

    Looks pretty badass.

  • thanks for saying so, chris. we had a hell of a good time making it and the whole team is eager to get it out there.

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