Out of print for more than 30 years, now available for the first time as
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more than 40 hours of interviews with Coach Wooden, learn about the man behind the coach.
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by Tony Medley
Based on an
international best-selling novel, Snabba Cash by Jens Lapidus,
Daniel Espinosa directs this brutal crime thriller. It is set in Sweden.
A low class business student, JW (Joel Kinnaman), falls in love with
Sophie (Lisa Henni), a high-class heiress, and starts a double life
mingling with Stockholm's wealthy elite. However, in order to keep up
his fašade, he finds himself pulled into a world of crime to get the
money to finance his life style.
next occupies the rest of the movie and, to call it convoluted would be
an understatement. There are so many swarthy characters that I found it
difficult to keep them straight. In fact there are no good guys in this
movie. It's long, dark, stark, and humorless.
A movie of
unrelenting darkness and depression needs some comic relief sometime in
Scorsese is attached to it in some way, it will come as no surprise that
the film is unusually violent. There are several brutal beatings and
blood flows freely.
If you can put
up with the violence and many confusing characters, though, it's an
interesting tale. In Swedish, Serbian, and Spanish.