I’m the Angel of Death: Pusher III
Friday, June 17 - Monday, June 20, 2016
Marathon the PUSHER trilogy with a “Cold Cases Trilogy Pass” and get a special discount ticket price of $25 ($15 for members) for all three films! Discount tickets good for trilogy films viewed same day only. Films within a trilogy viewed over multiple days do not qualify. Just select a ticket for the first showing in a trilogy—Fri Jun 17 at 1:25pm or Mon Jun 20 at 6:00pm—and choose the appropriate $25/$15 ticket type when purchasing online; Trilogy tickets also available at the box office.
“PUSHER III: I’M THE ANGEL OF DEATH risks repetition as it puts Milo through the paces run by Frank and Tonny. Yet by now the atmosphere is so thick, the talk so assured, the performances so disciplined and the fear so fearsome, that Mr. Refn’s final iteration of his pattern achieves the hard, bright light of an archetype from hell.
We catch up with Milo at a Narcotics Anonymous meeting on the morning of his daughter’s 25th birthday, for which he has promised to cook for 50 guests, a task seriously derailed by the unexpected appearance of 10,000 hits of Ecstasy. Gripped in a nightmare of multitasking and increasingly strung out on drugs, Milo maneuvers against a new generation of pushers — and the villains in his soul.
The trilogy comes to its terrible, inevitable end with a sequence that renders men into meat, a thing to be bought, butchered, consumed and expelled. A word to the squeamish: it does this most literally. The ‘Pusher’ films pull no punch. They’re a knockout.” -Nathan Lee, New York Times
Part of the series Cold Cases: The Department Q Trilogy & the New Nordic Noir
- Country Denmark
- Language In Serbian, Danish and Polish with English subtitles
- Year 2005
- Running Time 109 minutes
- Director Nicolas Winding Refn
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