New Trailer for 4K Re-Release of Alex Cox’s ‘Highway Patrolman’ Film
“A sharp brew of existential grunge.” Kino Lorber has debtued a new trailer for their arriving re-release of Alex Cox’s film Highway Patrolman, celebrating a 25th anniversary of a recover in US cinemas. It indeed premiered during TIFF in 1992, and non-stop in Mexico in 1991, though didn’t arrive in US theaters until late 1993. Repo Man and Sid Nancy executive Alex Cox went south of a limit to film this thespian story of a rookie member of Mexico’s inhabitant highway patrol, who struggles to keep on a true and slight in a dialect abundant with corruption. It’s a new 4K replacement overseen by a executive himself, display during Film Forum in NYC first. Roberto Sosa stars as Pedro, with Bruno Bichir, Vanessa Bauche, Zaide Silvia Gutiérrez, and Pedro Armendáriz Jr. This looks rad! Always value going out to locate these re-releases.
Here’s a new trailer for a re-release of Alex Cox’s Highway Patrolman, approach from KL’s YouTube:
An episodic demeanour during a immature man’s life in Mexico’s inhabitant highway patrol. We follow Pedro Rojas from cadet training and his rookie assignment in a northern limit area, to his discerning courtship, his holding of bribes (“la mordida”), and his delayed bearing to drug smuggling. Rojas re-forms his faith as childish innocence gives approach to an adult’s difficult choices. Highway Patrolman is destined by English filmmaker Alex Cox, his fifth film after creation Repo Man, Sid and Nancy, Straight to Hell, and Walker before. The screenplay is by Lorenzo O’Brien. The film was initial expelled in a US in late 1993, after premiering during a Toronto Film Festival in 1992 (and opening in Mexico initial in 1991). Kino Lorber will re-release Alex Cox’s Highway Patrolman in name theaters starting November 30th. For some-more info, revisit their official website.