A film by Daniel Espinosa
Cast: Joel Kinnaman, Matias Varela, Dragomir Mrsic
Here is a Swedish film from the book come with a surprise that is really good here, it did well in Europe especially in Sweden and the U.K. a terrific Nordic Noir here.
A student is a taxi driver to make some extra cash with the occasional favour that pay well from the mob when ever they need him. It is to fund his luxury taste so he can hang out with his rich friends. When suddenly the mob needs him to pick up someone who escape from prison before the other gang finds him.
Well pay attention to details where JW buys an inexpensive shirt takes off the buttons and saw other nicer button so it looks like he has an expensive shirt on. Although his rich friends are not all that any way but a girl attract his attention and sees an opportunity to go out with her. Two thing here suddenly JW gets in deep with his mob friends so he can make more money and be with this girl to keep appearances. Second, He begins to think that either side is not what it is. The thing is if you get in with the mob you get out well you know dead, or you are in for life. He finds out the violence behind it and does not have the stomach for it. And yes there is the occasional stab in the back. He finally he gets in up to his neck and see one way out a deal that is not going to refuse is going to pay big. But is it going to be enough? and it is going to go well? The dude who wrote the book here is a lawyer where criminal are seeking his help all the time one day he thought he might write a novel fictional of course but there is fine line between real life and fictional life meaning that he could not write to many novel noir due to the fact that he was getting to close to his clients. He had advantages over the other writers here he is a criminal lawyer so he knows the life of his clients.