Planning on one last perfect heist, Timothy Olyphant's Dick can only cross his fingers for a miracle as his morphine addicted crew is so rife with loathing as seen in new trailer of 'High Life'.
Crime comedy movie from director Gary Yates, "High Life", has shared a look into the film via its first trailer. Timed at 01:39, the trailer previews how Dick and his pals plot the perfect plan for one last heist. It also teases how they cannot stand being around each other and serves to be a hilarious portrait of male-pattern stupidity.
Teaming up Timothy Olyphant, Stephen Eric McIntyre, Rossif Sutherland and Joe Anderson as Dick, Bug, Billy and Donnie respectively, "High Life" follows a group of morphine addicts who has enough of botching jobs and racking up prison time for years. Having planned on one last perfect heist, Dick is faced with one major problem, his crew is so rife with fear and loathing.
If keeping them from killing each other is not hard enough, he has to get them to the bank with all the miracle he could get. Written by Lee MacDougall and Gary Yates, the crime film for Shoreline Entertainment is yet to have its release date in the U.S.
"High Life" Trailer: