Kids, don't deal drugs. It's truly nothing but damn trouble.
Nicolas Winding Refn's 1996 debut, "Pusher," is a scrappy little crime drama whose familiar premise (a botched deal puts a drug pusher into a lot of debt with a drug lord) somehow seems fresh thanks to the "Drive" director's unique sense of style.
Refn is now executive producing director Luis Prieto's remake of "Pusher," which stars William Coyle as the drug dealer who learns the hard way that he may not have chosen the best career path for himself as he gets on the bad side of his supplier. Get More »