Official Trailer for Indie 'Dixieland' with Chris Zylka & Riley Keough
"This will be my last job." IFC Films has debuted the trailer for the indie crime drama Dixieland, from writer/director Hank Bedford, starring Chris Zylka (The Leftovers) and Riley Keough (Mad Max: Fury Road). Zylka plays Kermit, a "mostly good kid" fresh out of prison trying his best to stay clean, falling in love with his neighbor, Rachel, played by Keough. Of course, when he needs money he decides to do one last job and we all know how that's going to turn out. The supporting cast includes Faith Hill, RJ Mitte, Brad Carter, Steve Earle, Spencer Lofranco and Mick Foley. Not my kind of film, but give it a look below.
Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Hank Bedford's Dixieland, direct from IFC's YouTube:
Featuring "explosive chemistry" between rising stars Chris Zylka and Riley Keough and impressive supporting performances from music legends Faith Hill and Steve Earle, Dixieland is an intoxicating portrait of life and love on the margins. Fresh out of prison, Kermit (Zylka), a mostly good kid mixed up with local drug dealers, returns home to his rural Mississippi trailer park. As he struggles to keep his nose clean, he falls for Rachel (Keough), his sultry neighbor who’s turned to dancing in a club to support her sick mother. Determined to overcome their inauspicious circumstances, the star-crossed lovers make a desperate, last-ditch effort to escape their dead-end town—but soon find themselves ensnared in a cycle of crime. Dixieland is written/directed by Hank Bedford. IFC opens in theaters + VOD on December 11th.
Glad to see that crazy guy (the strip club emcee) from season 1 of TRUE DETECTIVE is still alive. I thought he would have been in hospice by now.
DAVIDPD on Nov 27, 2015
I only watched the trailer, and looked up the full cast and crew on imdb for two reasons: Mick Foley
Akirakorn on Nov 28, 2015
I didn't recognize him in the trailer. Is it legit Mick Foley? Anyways, I watched the trailer before reading the description. I like what I see. Steve Earle and Faith Hill involved make me think the script could be good. The crime element and bittersweet vibe reminds me of The Place Between the Pines.
Jordan Diez on Nov 29, 2015
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