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Copenhagen Cowboy Trailer Revealed by Netflix

Netflix has revealed the official trailer for six-part series Copenhagen Cowboy, from award-winning director Nicolas Winding Refn. The series will launch on January 5, 2023.

Copenhagen Cowboy is a thrill-inducing, neon-drenched noir series set across six episodes which follows enigmatic young heroine, Miu.

Copenhagen Cowboy Trailer Revealed by Netflix

After a lifetime of servitude and on the verge of a new beginning, Miu traverses the ominous landscape of Copenhagen’s criminal netherworld. Searching for justice and enacting vengeance, she encounters her nemesis, Rakel, as they embark on an odyssey through the natural and the supernatural.

The past ultimately transforms and defines their future, as the two women discover they are not alone, they are many.

Copenhagen Cowboy

Copenhagen Cowboy stars Angela Bundalovic as Miu, Lola Corfixen as Rakel, Zlatko Buric as Miroslav, Andreas Lykke Jørgensen as Nicklas, Jason Hendil-Forssell as Chiang, LiIi Zhang as Mother Hulda, and Dragana Milutinovic as Rosella.

Created and directed by Nicolas Winding Refn, the byNWR series was written by Sara Isabella Jönsson, Johanne Algren, and Mona Masri. The producers are Lene Børglum and Christina Bostofte Erritzøe.

The executive producers include Liv Corfixen and Matthew Newman, while the associate producer is Kimberly Willming.

Copenhagen Cowboy features cinematography by Magnus Nordenhof Jønck and editing by Matthew Newman, Olivier Bugge Coutté, Olivia Neergaard-Holm, and Allan Funch.

The production design is by Gitte Malling, costume design by Jane Whittaker, and makeup by Louise Bruun.

The sound designer is Kristian Selin Eidnes Andersen and the music is by Cliff Martinez, Peter Peter, Peter Kyed, and Julian Winding.

Director, writer, and producer Nicolas Winding Refn (also known as Jang) was born in Copenhagen, Denmark, and grew up in New York.

His credits include the Pusher trilogy (1996–2005), Bronson (2008), Valhalla Rising (2009), Drive (2011), Only God Forgives (2013), The Neon Demon (2016), and the series Too Old to Die Young (2019).