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Suburban Cowboy

USA 2016
produced by
Dragan Roganovic, Ryan Colucci, Dragan Roganovic jr (executive) for Spoke Lane Entertainment, Unbreakable Films
directed by Ryan Colucci, Dragan Roganovic
starring Frank Raducz jr, Alandrea Martin, Zoran Radanovich, Matty Finochio, Louie Iaccarino, Jonathan Kowalsky, Peggy Dunne, Scotty Tovar, Brian Johnson, Jeffrey R. Newman, Vonn Harris, Eric Ramey, Jason Darcy, Stacey Danger, Jessica Lee, Peter Murnik, Joel Guzman, Elias Jimenes, Sacha Chang, Ava Farmer, Eric Mamann, Valeriu Mihai, Val Vega, Arthur Victoryan, Kevin Michael Walsh, Kylee Lehe, Sam Aotaki, Christina Bustos, Katie Gunderson, Emma Mozhdekanloo, Krista Shawn, Michael Vaccaro, Mark Rossignol
story by Ryan Coluci, Joseph Collura, screenplay by Ryan Colucci, music by Dirty South (= Dragan Roganovic)

review by
Mike Haberfelner

If it wasn't for Jay (Frank Raducz jr) being a minor drug kingpin, he and his stripper girlfriend Victoria (Alandrea Martin) would be the perfectly boring suburban couple. Heck, he even only trades in soft drugs to avoid trouble - but when you're not looking for trouble, trouble might come looking for you ... and so, one day Jay learns that one of his street dealers, his oldest friend Alex (Matty Finochio), has cheated the Serbian cartel led by barber Vuk (Zoran Radanovich) out of quite a bit of money, more money than Jay had ever owned, and what's worse, Alex has already spent all of the money to pay a gambling debt. But the worst is, Vuk makes Jay responsible for this and wants his money back with interest, otherwise ... well, and since Jay hasn't got nearly enough man- or firepower to stand up to the Serbians, he pretty much has to try the hardest, even if he has to torture money out of some of the guys who owe him, has to get his underlings to work harder, and heck he even breaks into Alex' place to give him a sound beating and look if there's anything of value to be found. But for all his efforts, he still falls quite a bit short of histarget, and Vuk isn't one to extend his payment period - so he and Victoria come up with a very desparate plan, one that no longer has anything to do with their chill life anymore ...


Suburban Cowboy is quite a likeable crime thriller, one that for a change doesn't deal with the top bosses and their turf wars but mid-level criminals who ask themselves more often than not why they're doing this when they're not getting rich, why not get an ordinary job that would go better with suburban life ... and still, they can't escape the downward spiral they've originally gotten on out of their own free will - but that might sound a bit brain-heavy now, while the film's just really entertaining, a cool mix of plenty of tension, the violence one might expect from a movie like this, sharp dialogue, but also quiet scenes that give the whole thing extra authenticity.

In short, really worth a watch!


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