New York City’s 191st Street subway station has served a playground for graffiti and street artists for quite some time. Located in the Washington Heights section of Manhattan, the station’s 900-foot tunnel connects St. Nicholas Avenue and Broadway, and features a variety of pieces throughout its dimly lit corridors.
While previous trailers for DOPE have provided glimpses into the Rick Famuyiwa-directed coming of age story, the red band trailer provides a much deeper look into the film.
The film follows the story of three high school kids who are trying to make it to university, but not until they solve a couple drug-related pressing issues. The film is executive produced by and features new music from Pharrell Williams, with appearances by A$AP Rocky, Vince Staples, and Casey Veggies. You can also catch Zoe Kravitz, Blake Anderson, Chanel Iman, and more in the clip.
Watch the trailer in the player above. DOPE hits theaters on June 19.
The Olympic champion, formerly known as Bruce Jenner, reveals her true self in a photo shoot by Annie Leibovitz and interview with Buzz Bissinger. Check out the entire story on Vanity Fair on June 9th.