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Tour de Force (2010)

Unrated | | Action, Drama, Thriller | 11 May 2010 (USA)
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Frank is a police officer who loses his family in a tragedy. In desperation he turns to crime and makes a living as a hitman for the mob.

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Frank is a police officer who loses his family in a tragedy. In desperation he turns to crime and makes a living as a hitman for the mob.

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What's left when all is lost?

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In the scene where Frank, played by Kim Sønderholm, is hit over the head with a bottle by Simone, played by Julie Kaya Nielsen, Frank's expression of pain is quite real as the fake bottle turned out to be a lot harder than it was supposed to be. Sønderholm actually blacked out for a few seconds before regaining his conscience and continued acting. This clip is used in the actual film as strongly insisted by Sønderholm. See more »

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Røde Ivan: Argh, you shot me right in the dick, man!
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A top class character based film
5 December 2010 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

One of the films that impressed me the most this year is TOUR DE FORCE in which Kim Sonderholm performs the dual tasks of director and lead actor. Kim, from Denmark, is fast establishing a highly regarded reputation and earning respect in both these areas of film making.

In TOUR DE FORCE, Kim plays with commendable skill the lead role of Frank, a former cop, whose life becomes increasingly complex in both work and personal situations with pressure building up scene by scene. The scenes are appropriately dour but always well filmed to match the grim atmosphere generated. But the main strength of the film is the character of Frank. It is obvious, from the brilliant portrayal that Kim had put a great deal of prior thought into the characterization process and has certainly succeeded in his character study objective as well presenting and interesting story line in a film that grips the attention of the viewer from beginning to end.

I now look forward with eager anticipation to further film output, as director and actor, from Kim Sonderholm.


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