Nicolas Winding Refn’s Pusher made a big splash in the mid-90′s. Right in the middle of the Danish Dogma wave came this grimey, violent and realistic gangster movie. The film followed the drugdealer Frank’s increasingly desperate situation on the streets, clubs and dimly-lit backrooms of the seedy side of Copenhagen. In Luis Prieto’s British remake, the setting has moved from Copenhagen to London’s East End, and instead of Kim Bodnia, we see... Read More