Enter Clas Greve (played by the dangerously dreamy looking Nikolaj Coster Waldeau), who shows up in Roger's life looking for a job, and possessing a rare Rubens painting. When Roger finds something in Greve's apartment, while stealing the painting, his world starts to crumble all around him, eventually leading to an AMAZINGLY crazy cat and mouse game. THIS is how a thriller should be done. I was just as confused as the main character. Amazing movie, and I highly recommend it.
A headhunter, thief, and killer when needed are hired to steal an infamous painting from a ruthless mercenary. The mercenary will deploy unusual measures to keep the thief from being successful. The thief gets caught in the mercenary's web of security measures and quickly finds his life at risk. The headhunter will need to cut, murder, and sacrifice if he hopes to be success.
"Like I was trying to say before I was interrupted by a Russian prostitute..."
Morten Tyldum, director of The Imitation Game, Buddy, Fallen Angels, and the upcoming Passengers, delivers Heahunters. The storyline for this picture is fairly unique and blends crime drama with action and gore. The cinematography is excellent as is the acting.
"I've got her for the whole weekend!"
I came across this some time ago on Netflix and randomly decided to add it to my wish list. I just got around to seeing it and found this way better than I anticipated. I adored how the main character was written and presented. I recommend seeing this once for fans of foreign film.
"I've been scared since I met you."
That and 0,5 stars i had given back in time to this. Why? I never know, as it is well avarage three star extravaganza. Maybe i had a bad day then....