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Kaufman's Game (2017)

Not Rated | | Crime, Thriller | 2017 (USA)
Kaufman's Game follows Stanley, a driven young man with a passion for boxing, who is keen to improve his strength and stamina. When a shady stranger approaches him outside the gym with the ... See full summary »
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Credited cast:
Jye Frasca ... Stanley
Tor Andreas Fagerland Tor Andreas Fagerland ... Kaufman
Amy Louise Pemberton ... The Girl (as Amy Pemberton)
Rupert Shelbourne ... Jaeger
Toby Osmond Toby Osmond ... Fader
Jonny Lessani Jonny Lessani ... The Assistant
Jo Diamond ... The Driver
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Robert Toretto Robert Toretto ... Interrogated Man
Luca Della Valle ... Gangster
David K. Whiting ... Man on Tube
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Kaufman's Game follows Stanley, a driven young man with a passion for boxing, who is keen to improve his strength and stamina. When a shady stranger approaches him outside the gym with the offer of a specially produced steroid, Stanley is drawn into the ever more violent operations of a powerful organization, unwittingly entering into a series of tests designed to prove his mettle. This is a film about power, determination and being your own worst enemy. It celebrates the archetypes of classic Film Noir, and the dark, conspiratorial storytelling technique of Franz Kafka, but with a contemporary minimalist aesthetic.

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Crime | Thriller

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UK

Language:

English

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2017 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

London, England, UK

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Film without substance
18 February 2018 | by kingdaniel-07868See all my reviews

Went to see this with a friend of mine last month, should have stayed in the bar, a lot more going on in there. Had to write a review as I've seen some high rating reviews put up that must have backing from the film maker on this sorry excuse. Story made no sense, a boxer who wants to become a better boxer but does not box! has no life really. It's hard to care about any of the characters. Some of the acting was ok, I hope they go onto better.


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