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‘Suburban Cowboy’ Exclusive Trailer: Crime Doesn’t Pay in Long Island Drug Drama

The film has its world premiere at the Austin Film Festival this month.

Ahead of its world premiere at the Austin Film Festival, “Suburban Cowboy” has shared its first trailer exclusively with Indiewire. The film, co-directed by Ryan Colucci and Dragan Roganovic (AKA Dirty South) and written by Colucci, stars Frank Raducz Jr. as a Long Island drug dealer whose business gets complicated by an underling robbing Serbian gangsters. Watch the trailer below.

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Lasting just under a minute, the spot finds said dealer on the phone with a man who most likely isn’t to be trusted. From there we’re treated to several hallmarks of the genre: scantily clad women in clubs, backroom fights and lots of loaded guns being pointed at people.

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Alandrea Martin, Jonathan Kowalsky and Zoran Radanovich co-star in the film, which marks another collaboration between “With You” collaborators Colucci and Roganovic. That film was based on the Dirty South album of the same name. “Suburban Cowboy” screens October 15 and 17 at the Austin Film Festival.

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