In Hollywood, Mads Mikkelsen is a unique player, primarily Typecast, a specific villain type. Whether it’s the “Hannibal” NBC series or “Casino Royale,” Mikkelsen is a man who naturally realizes the threat that he is rarely seen through other lenses.
But in Denmark, his default was an actor who remembered the room. To display the emotional range on a broader screen. His heart-burning turn at Thomas Vinterberg’s “another round” was centred. On the image that won the best international film in Oscar this year.
Now he returned to Anders Thomas Jensen “justice driver”:
The tragicomic meditation on sadness disguised it as a rough revenge thriller. As usual, it is the absolute best part of this film, with its single presence and a gift for shades riding the most influencing moments.
On the surface, this film looks like Mikkelsen gets Liam Neeson because “taken” has long. An abbreviation for “films about older men. With their hunting military training that endangers the people he loves”.
Mikkelsen played Mark, a soldier who left Afghanistan when his wife died in a strange train explosion. Leaving their daughter Mathilde (Andrea Heick Gadeberg) without mothers and alone. The couple struggled in grieving them. Unable to be fully involved with the others for this significant loss.
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But when Mark received information to suggest. That his wife’s death at all is not an accident at all. That in the end, it could be someone responsible for what happened on the train?
Suddenly, his emotional paralysis turned into a wave of godly anger. Starting a potentially destructive search to fill this emptiness with the only thing he knew how to shed blood.
Action films usually create problems that liberal applications of violence placed properly can quickly resolve. That’s what makes them fun. In real life, we face too complicated problems to resolve, so there can be said to live.
The representatives through some badass fiction fixing things with their fists, legs, or big ass pistols. But Jensen’s script takes a long time to this setting. It introduces us to several characters that fit special skills. For a specially complicated scenario, which can only repair through their combined will.
Markus was on an extended tour in Afghanistan:
They could not connect with his family even on the best days. So losing his wife only functioned to highlight how much he knew his daughter.
The Hyper-sensitive Doing about emotions and feelings. He is too many blunt strength objects for such delicate tasks.
Likewise, Otto and Lennart (Nikolaj Lie Kaas and Lars Brygmann) have recently stopped mathematics obsessions. With statistics and algorithms proved that companies that contract them are not helpful.
But Otto, who survived the train incident that took Mark’s wife. He saw too many odd details in a state of tragedy to accept that it was only an accident.
Their scientific reasons reflect Mathilde’s acceptance path. It obsessed with the sequence of events that caused him to lose his mother.
He moved the wall of his room with post-it records that described every decision. That put them on the train that day, including theft of his bicycle, which made everything into movement.
In this way, the actions of the two films explore the titular riders of justice. Otto Gang believes in engineering what happens on the train to kill former members. Who will testify against them in court? Rationale Otto depends on those who die to suffer from OCD.
So they always choose the same seats on the train. A mysterious man comes out of the train right before the explosion. And the winner of the face of the same person as potential. Bomb maker connected with a gang.
This makes an exciting and interesting revenge campaign:
With Markus gifts for violence combining well with Otto and the ability of his friends to hack the system and gather Intel. Add Emmmenthaler Computer Specialists (Nicolas Bro) into the mix.
Markus’s new friends descend like a single armed man from “File-X”, which supports him in pursuit of justice while pretending to be a therapist crisis, so Mathilde doesn’t know his father planning tactical operations from the warehouse.
For a while, it proves a thrilling diversion of marsh that is inevitable from their suffering. All involved people can hide behind the idea of causality convincing, from large data to explain the tragic coincidence and disaster of life that cannot explain.
Viewers also have no difficulty accepting reading this reality because, well, that’s how to get thrillers! It doesn’t matter if the winding road to the truth has too much comfortable and difficult to be believed to have changed because we spectators expect such a barbed path causing bloody safety and painstakingly.