Too Old to Die Young — Official Trailer


added: Wed, Apr 3rd '19

The official trailer has been released for "Too Old to Die Young," a new Amazon original series brought to you by Nicolas Winding Refn, the visionary director of "Drive," "The Neon Demon," "Bronson," and "Only God Forgives."

The forthcoming streaming series, a stylish atmospheric neo-noir thriller, stars Miles Teller (Whiplash) as a disillusioned police detective who descends into the dark seedy, cartel-controlled underworld of Los Angeles, where he forges an unlikely friendship with a mysterious mob-connected hit-man (played by John Hawkes, of Winter's Bone).

"Society is falling. It's all collapsing around us," Teller's character says in the above preview.

Hawkes shares the same thoughts of disillusionment: "Soon our cities will be washed away by floods; buried in sand; burnt to the ground. That's why you found me. As the world thrashes, someone has to be there to protect the innocent."

While standing in a blood-covered room, we see Hawkes as he offers Teller a handgun. Teller then demands, "I want the worst guys you got." Hmm. Did Teller just become a vigilante? A vigilante who is about to go up against the entire Mexican cartel?

Co-created and co-written by Nicolas Winding Refn and award-winning comic book writer/cartoonist Ed Brubaker, "Too Old to Die Young" also stars Jena Malone, Augusto Aguilera, Cristina Rodlo, Nell Tiger Free, Maxine Bahns, Callie Hernandez, and Babs Olusanmokun.

Directed by Winding Refn, the series is set to premiere June 14th, only on Amazon Prime Video.

TOO OLD TO DIE YOUNG explores the criminal underbelly of Los Angeles by following characters' existential journeys from being killers to becoming samurais in the City of Angels.


directed by   Nicolas Winding Refn

starring   Miles Teller, John Hawkes, Jena Malone, Augusto Aguilera, Cristina Rodlo, Nell Tiger Free, Maxine Bahns, Callie Hernandez, Babs Olusanmokun

release date   June 14, 2019 (on Amazon Prime Video)

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