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  1. bambamske's rating of the film Pusher

  2. Dan Kenneth Gigernes's rating of the film Pusher

    Danish underground realism about drug dealing helped a lot by the charismatic Kim Bodina in an anti-heroic role and a good support group especially a skin-headed Mads Mikkelsen and Croatian Zlatko Buric as the evil mob leader Milo. I also like the use of hand-held cameras which give this movie a documentaric feel. A grim and not very happy film with a lot of desperation, depression and people with no morale.

  3. speedball's rating of the film Pusher

  4. Dada Kubin's rating of the film Pusher

    Refn started his career by diving into the ugliest side of Copenhagen, full of meanspirited assholes, violent criminals breaking knee caps, and suicidal dope addicts. But he’s not there to judge, nor does he glamourise the underworld, neither does he want us to feel pity for the poor bastards. It’s up to you what to make of this shitty reality. It’s very human.

  5. Paolo Utili's rating of the film Pusher

  6. Amandio Filipe Moura's rating of the film Pusher

    The reality of being a drug dealer

  7. Balthaz21's rating of the film Pusher

  8. Stefan Stefan's rating of the film Pusher

  9. Andre Flickatina's rating of the film Pusher

    incredible portrayal of the characters. franks arrest scene was hilarious - "i'm out of shape"

  10. Ashley Spendlove's rating of the film Pusher

    A straightforward and dynamic thriller, at the heart of which is an outstanding performance from Bodnia who brings a real rawness to his depiction of a man swiftly losing control of his life. There's also a great chemistry between him and Mikkelson.

  11. Kaonashiii's rating of the film Pusher

  12. gramsci13's rating of the film Pusher

    nothing original, but a gritty, hard hitting & enjoyable modern gangland movie and an assured debt film

  13. Ramzi's rating of the film Pusher

    A really great debut film showing how well action can be done on a budget. Achieves the Mean Streets feat of imbuing real humanity into the characters while portraying all as complete losers. Lots of nice little directorial touches alongside the mostly straightforward presentation, as well as a completely engaging performance by Bodnia.

  14. Thomas Dods's rating of the film Pusher

    Starts out with just a couple of wasters drifting around the city but quickly turns into a taut, desperate thriller. Visually it is the opposite of NWR's current work, but the documentary style really suits the material. An assured debut.

  15. tintinmugshot's rating of the film Pusher

    Even knowing this was not planned to have a sequel, the end left things in an open perspective.

  16. tube_screamer's rating of the film Pusher

    Well paced debut film from Nicolas Winding Refn that still feels fresh and exciting 20 years later. He went to the well once too often when he turned this into a trilogy though.

  17. iamgarethjones's rating of the film Pusher

    I wasn't expecting much as I find that most movies about guys who push drugs, and then find themselves owing loads of money, are all the same. However this movie is very raw with excellent dialogue (albeit in Danish with subtitles) and some first-rate acting bringing the shady characters alive. I personally really liked the ending.

  18. Ioana's rating of the film Pusher

  19. Mike Jempson's rating of the film Pusher

    Not bad at all for a debut movie, but the plot about the gritty grotty world of dopey drug pushers adds little to the sum of human knowledge. An early and convincing outing for Kim Bodnia (Frank); how ironic that he would later make a name for himself as dishevelled cop Martin Rohde in Scando-noir The Bridge.

  20. andrew's rating of the film Pusher

    OK, but the problem with gangster movies is you always know how they're going to end up.

  21. Oneb's rating of the film Pusher

    Refreshing portrayal of the risks and brutality of operating in an illegal market.

  22. DJSE's rating of the film Pusher

  23. Jake Evans's rating of the film Pusher

    A bleak, gritty trilogy. Familiar faces put in top performances early in their careers.

  24. John Grant's rating of the film Pusher

    we're remembered for the deeds we do and these guys will not be remembered well. this movie gives flesh and backstory to some low life and paints the spiral of panic that leads to the events we will remember

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