Official Trailer for 'Inmate #1: The Rise of Danny Trejo' Documentary
"I made a promise to myself: start trying to do good." Universal + Trailblazers have unveiled the official trailer for a documentary called Inmate #1: The Rise of Danny Trejo, revealing the extraordinary life journey of Hollywood's most unlikely hero, Danny Trejo. The film originally premiered at the Calgary Film Festival, and also played at the Raindance & Mill Valley Film Festivals last year. From an early life of drugs, armed robbery and hard prison time, to the red carpets of Hollywood blockbusters and helping troubled addicts, Danny gives a firsthand account of one of the greatest transformations of human character ever put to film. The documentary seems to be an inspiring look at how to change yourself, and overcome hard times in the past to not only achieve success, but be a person that everyone loves. Be good and change the world. Looks like a comprehensive film that is filled with stories galore about how charming Trejo is. Check it out.
Official trailer (+ poster) for Brett Harvey's doc Inmate #1: The Rise of Danny Trejo, from YouTube:
Having spent 71 years starring in a personal expedition that outshines any Hollywood fiction, Inmate #1: The Rise of Danny Trejo, is the shocking story of one man’s capacity to overcome his demons, only to discover redemption through the most unlikely of journeys. Through the exploration of his old stomping ground and the supporting cast of family, friends and some of the world’s biggest stars, join Danny Trejo as he delivers a raw and sobering account of his transformation from a hardened criminal to celebrated Hollywood icon and a beloved friend of all who cross his path. Inmate #1: The Rise of Danny Trejo is directed by Canadian cinematographer / filmmaker Brett Harvey, director of the doc films The Union: The Business Behind Getting High, The Culture High, and Ice Guardians previously. This first premiered at the Calgary Film Festival last year. Trailblazers will release Inmate #1: The Rise of Danny Trejo direct-to-VOD starting on July 7th this summer. For more updates, follow @TrejoDoc. Or follow Danny @officialDannyT.
Trejo's Tacos are good af.
DAVIDPD on May 5, 2020
One that made it good. So many are still waiting for their chance...
shiboleth on May 5, 2020
I know Danny and have for years...still see him around and have heard him speak a few times. He's a good guy...and yea, 'it' all came upon him by accident as he went to the set of Runaway Train to help a suffering alcoholic and it all started there. They got him to train Eric Roberts on how to box and he had a small scene boxing in the movie. From there just his look and presence and demeanor and Danny's personality and he started making B movies. Still does...lol...his best role and best acting to me has always been in the DeNiro/Pacino film, Heat. He had a great death scene laying on the floor on his back and can't feel anything. Good job. Since then he makes movies that aren't my cup of tea...lol...to say the least. He looks the way he looks, but he's a softy at heart and everyone likes Danny.
thespiritbo on May 5, 2020
Thanks for this insightful bits about him. Yeah, it looked to me that he's an ok guy, so thanks for that. Of course, I don't watch many of his movies, but I think he's doing just fine. As I said, I'm glad he's got the chance to do good ...
shiboleth on May 6, 2020
Me too and he does do a lot of good for a lot of alcoholics and has for many years.
thespiritbo on May 6, 2020
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