Frank Wagner is sleeping next to his family. Their plans to move abroad lay on the kitchen table, when they suddenly hear someone trying to break into the apartment and five masked men are trying to enter.
Frank Wagner is sleeping next to his family. Their plans to move abroad lay on the kitchen table. They suddenly hear someone trying to break into the apartment. Five masked men are trying to enter. Frank tracts quickly and manages to escape. He contacts Johan Falk. Why would someone want to kill him? Has anyone figured out that he is cooperating with the police? Frank and Johan do not know who knows what, and who they can trust.
With not that high expectations I sat down to watch the last Johan Falk movie in the 2012/2013 season. Having seen the earlier movies in the series, I was expecting a better movie since this is the only one in this season that will hit the cinemas.
The tempo and thrill is intense during the whole film, making my heart to beat at a constant higher rate. No Swedish thriller has ever had this effect on me.
The plot is great as well as the acting, direction and cutting. So why not 10/10?
There are a few things that bothers me. Details. Why would you have the camera sound turned on while taking secret photos with your cell phone? Why would professional mob men drive around in a cliché van that says crime all over it?
Despite some small disturbing elements I would recommend this movie to anyone looking for an intense thriller.
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