If there was any doubt that the Pusher trilogy is a work of art and should be seen as an important part of the gangster film canon, this final installment clears that up. Holy crap! The whole thing is great. It is so good that I want to go back and watch the whole trilogy again. So seedy, so violent, yet so tender at times - just like the best gangsters.
This one is about the Serbian crime boss Milo who is feeling a bit rundown by the youngsters of the world - whether or not they are young up and coming gangsters who don't give enough respect or by his spoiled whiny daughter.
Just do yourself a favor. Don't watch this a laptop on a bus to Washington like I did. I don't know what I was thinking. It gets pretty damn vulgar in a Texas Chainsaw Massacre kind of way near the end. Oops.
Directed by Nicholas Winding Refn
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