Code Name Geronimo , Pusher & Concrete Island Promo Art Debuts


More promotional art finds are coming in from the American Film is bringing you a first look at the poster design for Code Name Geronimo, Pusher and Concrete Island, all of which you can check out below.

Directed by John Stockwell, Code Name Geronimo is based on the military incursion into Bin Laden’s compound from the perspective of a small contingent of Navy SEALS. The film takes a look inside their lives as tensions rise between them until they learn the identity of their latest target, whose code name is Geronimo.

Pusher, an English language remake of Nicolas Winding Refn’s 1996 cult classic, tells the story of a week in the life of Frank, a big time drug pusher in London. Frank’s life is a fun-filled rollercoaster of a ride that soon spins out of control. Friendships start to vanish, there is no longer room for love within his life, and violence takes over. Danger and chaos are all around and he becomes a man trapped in his own world. Eventually Frank is left with no one to turn to and nowhere to go, becoming a man paralyzed with the fear of knowing there is no way of preventing his inevitable fate.

Concrete Island, an adaptation of J.G. Ballard’s novel, tells an urban Robinson Crusoe story, wherein Bale’s character crashes a car into a highway interchange and is marooned in a weedy lot, injured, and can’t escape, trying to survive in the middle of the big urban Metropolis.

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