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Nicolas Winding Refn
Rikke Louise Andersson
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Lena B. Eriksson,
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Hafid Abou El Hakan
I was thrilled when I first saw that a remake (and an English one at that!) was being mad. After watching the result I can only say that I wished I never watched it. The original is so much better that I am at a loss for words.
The plot is still the same, and even though Milo is played by Zlatko he seem to have lost some of his original...zest.
This might have been a descent remake if the casting had been better.
For starters: Kim Bodnia played the original Frank, his alter ego in this one is not even a distant shadow of the same character. Tony comes across like some dweeb...
Sorry but this is not good.
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