DVD Tommy

DVD Tommy
DVD Tommy

Run time: 92 min
Rating: 5.0
Genres: Thriller
Director: Tarik Saleh
Writers: Anton Hagwall
Stars: Moa Gammel, Lykke Li, Ola Rapace
A week before Christmas, Estelle lands at Arlanda Airport. A year earlier, she had left Stockholm on the run with her husband Tommy and their daughter, after Tommy had taken part in one of the biggest robberies ever in the history of Swedish crime. Estelle seeks out Tommy’s former cronies and claims that Tommy is on his way home. And he wants his share of the take. Word spreads like wildfire through Stockholm’s underworld. If Tommy returns, the city will explode. And if he doesn’t … something even worse might happen. TOMMY is the story of the woman behind the man behind the headlines. A modern myth about when the Queen returned and the city burned. About two sisters, two mothers, three daughters and their men. Written by ATMO
Country: Sweden
Release Date: 14 March 2014 (Sweden)
Box Office
Budget: SEK 26,000,000 (estimated)

1 Comment

  1. This movie is very atmospheric. Shooted with all amazing features of classical Swedish direction. I would say… for those who longs the extraordinary story and put this criteria to the first place, the sharpness of sensations and crazy meat-blood-guts – this movie will be less interesting. However I believe even they will appreciate it. It is sharpened enough, but it is sustained with Scandinavian calm and proud.

    Great actors. They probably just have lauded the film above. The only minus is probably slightly delayed start of action. But it's my vision.

    Film fans will definitely appreciate the film: quality shots, decent budget, acting is great, and more details can be seen at the next revision of the film (there are actually enough).

    Well, the fans of Lykke Li and those who likes soundtracks of Twilight Saga should definitely appreciate her excellent acting at one of the key roles.

    The film is decent. Unfortunately, the movie won't be translated. There're some Russian, Bulgarian, Dutch subs, soon will appear Belarusian. However, the Swedish (original) and English still do not available for downloading.

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