Narcopolis (2015) - Trailer
Genres: Thriller, Sci-Fi, Mystery
Cast: Kerry Shale, David Kaye, Phelim Kelly, Jonathan Pryce, Elodie Yung, Sonny Louis, Cosima Shaw, Annabel Norbury, Ross O'Hennessy, Elliot Cowan, Leon Sua, Carl Sykes, James Callis, Fiona Ryan, Sonu Louis, Charlie Evans, Tim Barrow, Khurram Butt, Mark Ramsey, Nana Amoo-Gottfried, Bryce Jackson, Molly Gaisford, Kane Sharpe, Geoff Breton, Louis Trefgarne, Orion Lee, Josef Altin, Adam Sims, Michelle Forde, Nicky Henson
Director(s): Justin Trefgarne
What exactly is IFC Midnight and Justin Trefgarne"s Narcopolis (2015) all about? In the future, criminal substances are legalized by the government, but that does not mean they are safe as corporations try to squeeze as much profit from this medium as possible. This trailer showcases all those possibilities and potential downfalls. James Callis, Kerry Shale , and Harry Lloyd star in Narcopolis.
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In the near future, Frank Grieves is a new breed of police officer working in a city where all recreational drugs are legal. When he is taken off a case involving an unidentified corpse, he discovers that legalization has come at a price.
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Synopsis:Narcopolis is a futuristic thriller set in the near future where all classes of drugs have been legalized. Frank Grieves is a 'Dreck', a roaming narc responsible for keeping the black market dealers off the streets and the licenced drugs companies rich. When he discovers a rogue substance in an unidentified corpse, evidence suggests that Ambro, the most powerful drug manufacturer of all, are conducting secret tests on an experimental narcotic. Grieves discovers a second victim - this time alive - but she disappears and he is suddenly taken off the case by his superiors. As his options drain away, it's clear that legalization has come at a heavy price. Is it too late to save the city?