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Small Crimes Imdb -As for the setting of the series, I have been to Munich and this show offers some very nice shots of the town of Munich as well as some famous landmarks such as the "Glockenspiel" at Marienplatz and the world famed "Hofbräuhaus". Alternate Versions.
Small Crimes is that sort of movie, you'll want to watch it again and pick up all the subtle cues you missed the first time around.
I found the very end to be perfect, and so subtle you might miss the implications. This isn't some green-screen flick to watch when you're brain dead.
It's weird, wild, terrifying, the characters are real people you care about I said there are spoilers because I don't want to take the chance someone might think there's one in here.
Other reviewers have made the story line fairly clear, so there's no need for me to do that yet again. Tareq 1 May Our Hero here isn't a hero but we still like him.
However the movie is tonally inconsistent. This movie is smart, good looking, dark and very original. The story is really good and interesting.
I was wondering all the time what's going to happen. If you like original and different movies you should watch this. A chuckle here and there but more of a dark tale of a irredeemably flawed character.
NateWatchesCoolMovies 10 June Netflix's Small Crimes is a bitter, barren, gnarled piece of work that leaves an uneasy vacuum in the air as it passes.
If you haven't heard of it yet, that's because the platform does almost zero promotion when new content comes off the assembly line, quietly slipping it onto the site without so much as a TV spot.
Some are forgettable, and some are gems that could have done with a bit of buildup. I love the time honoured themes presented here, but what I love and admire more is the filmmaker's courage in completely subverting, perverting and putrefying the formula.
There's countless films about disgraced cops, criminals or what- have-you who return home to a small town with designs on putting the wrong things right and finding a modicum of redemption.
Thing is, in Not this one. Nikolai Koster-Waldau, aka Jamie Lannister, is a wiry, cracked out ex con who used to be a cop, before he viciously, and I do mean viciously, sliced up the town DA at the behest of a crime kingpin.
Moping back into the county following a six year stretch in the pen, it's inevitable that his very presence will stir up a few noxious vibes.
There's a feeling of inescapable doom, an inevitable choking quicksand that Waldau wades deeper into, his seemingly noble intent on reconnecting with his wife and daughters gradually ground away to reveal the true nature of his path, and it ain't pretty.
Gary Cole has a way with words and mannerisms, and he runs away with his bent cop role, stealing scenes like nobody's business.
Forster has salt of the earth gravitas in spades, and nails a near career best scene with clear eyed conviction, nailing our attention to his presence.
It's not a perfect film though, there's pacing issues, sometimes it gets a little vague or scattered and a romantic subplot involving a nurse Molly Parker seems glaringly out of place.
Waldau anchors it though, a twitchy, unpredictable ne'er do well who seems cosmically incapable of getting his act together.
The ending floored my expectations and remind that there is hope for fresh narratives and abstract thinking amongst writers.
You'll come out of this one bruised, but you'll be glad you sat through the beating. PCT 10 May Katz directs and co-writes an appreciable crime drama.
I knew this film was going to be beguiling from the first scene when Joe, the central character, explains to the prison's chaplain about how he has changed during his jail stint.
Upon leaving the chaplain asks Joe, "Would you like to take communion"? Joe replies, "Oh no. I'm all good". This film has considerable direction, cinematography, screenplay and acting.
All of the artists involved deliver appreciable performances with Forster, Parker, Weaver and Cole standing out, but Coster-Waldau commands the screen.
The plot revolves around Joe Denton who is a former cop being released from jail after serving a six year sentence. He returns to his hometown feeling the need to seek absolution for his past actions.
His first goal is to reunite with his children, but they have moved and no one in the family wants Joe near the children due to the chaos he causes.
Joe was in debt to a mob boss, Manny for gambling. Joe and another cop Dan had to repay Manny by carrying out any task he assigned.
One task leads to the death of Joe's partner, Billy and the disfigurement of an attorney, Phil. Upon his release Phil sets a trap using his daughter Cara but Joe defends himself and brutally beats the men off.
Cara is terrified and unwilling to testify against Joe. Phil informs Joe that he can press charges against the men but he's not interested.
Joe takes a verbal thrashing from Dan who tells him he'd kill him in Phil wasn't in the room and calls him a Judas.
Joe simply wants to put everything in the past and seek redemption. Soon after Joe and Dan meet in a ballpark only to find out that Dan drags Joe back into trouble.
He gives Joe cash that was owed to him from six years earlier and then informs him that Manny is on his death bed, has embraced religion and is going to spill the beans on everyone's past.
Joe must dispose of Manny. During Joe's quest for vindication and trying to carry out his task he learns that Phil wants the chair for him, he meets Manny's hospice worker Charlotte and takes a severe beating from Manny's son Junior.
Joe's attempt to take out Manny is interrupted and Dan suggests he take out Phil instead. Dan threatens Joe's family and insists there can not be an indictment.
Joe can't bring himself to killing Phil but through a prostitute comes up with a plan to bribe Phil so nobody gets hurt.
He plants a video camera at a set up in a hotel room, but things don't go as planned and two deaths occur in the room.
All the while Joe is building a relationship with Charlotte and is trying to rebuild a relationship with his congenial father and harassing mother.
Charlotte believes in second chances and steps in to handle Manny, but gets caught in the act. This leads to a showdown at Junior's quarry when all of the sudden the brother of Joe's slain partner, Scotty shows up and all hell breaks loose.
Joe also gets a call from Dan congratulating him on a job well done with Phil, but Joe has no idea what he's talking about. In the end Joe returns home to collect his stash of money with the intention of giving it to his kids, but his father will have nothing to do with that.
The plot is crisp, clever, insightful, duplicitous, intelligent and has a cathartic ending. There are some themes in this film.
Through a discussion between Joe and his father we learn that Joe is not a product of his upbringing or environment. His actions are due to his inner-self and narcissism.
We also learn that sometimes redemption can only be achieved through self sacrifice. Bygones be bygones and apologizing just doesn't cut it.
This is a competent film in it's genre. It's actually one of three Netflix Originals that were released in that are hidden gems considering some of the abysmal content available.
That's just my opinion. I was really surprised to see movie like this done by Netflix, it is noir, it is bare so You feel what You feel there is no ''correct'' interpretation.
Nikolaj gives very realistic performance completely appropriate for story. Reminds of good old European post war dramas somehow. Hellmant 22 November The film was directed by E.
It was released by Netflix through their streaming site, and it's gotten mixed reviews from critics. I found it to be a pretty impressive, and highly interesting, dark crime movie.
Coaster-Waldau plays Joe Denton, a former corrupt cop that was recently released from prison. Denton did six years for attempting to murder a district attorney, named Phil Coakley Kinney , under the mob's payroll.
He attempts to reunite with his ex-wife, and their children, but learns that they've left town and never want to see him again. Denton instead moves in with his parents Foster and Weaver , but they're suspicious that he's still a danger to himself, and everyone around him.
At the same time he starts a relationship with a nurse Parker , and he's harassed into committing yet another murder, by a corrupt police lieutenant, and his old partner Cole.
The movie is really dark, and full of unlikable characters with just a few exceptions. Coaster-Waldau is likable in the film, I think, but it's clear that he's done some really bad things in his past.
I really wanted to root for him, and I did, but the movie is more of a tragedy than anything else actually.
It's frustrating to see how some people just can't get things right, no matter how hard they try, and how positive their intentions are.
That's the genius of this film, and it does a pretty good job of telling that story. I enjoyed Small Crimes and would recommend it with two caveats.
Based on the trailers for the film and even the beginning of the film, I expected there to be more dark humor of the absurd variety. Like 'how can this guy have SO much bad luck'.
It very quickly turns away from this direction. Also, there are a lot of players, and the film takes very little time to help the viewer understand each players roles.
That being said, you definitely get the gist well enough, and it certainly keeps you intrigued enough to want to see the whole thing through.
To tell you about this movie might affect it's impact, because a good part of its impact is the backstory it doesn't give you until the moment it is needed, creating a process of discovery in a careful unfolding of story for the viewer.
This is one indication of the filmmaking craft at its best. Small Crimes is the story of a narcissistic ex-cop, now ex-con, released from prison after a six-year stint for slashing a DA in a drunken brawl.
Turns out that his crimes were worse than that, but from the get-go we have the impression that Joe Denton, in a nuanced portrayal by the inimitable Danish actor Nikolaj Coaster-Waldau, really wants to turn his life around, even though he's cursed with a taste for whiskey, and the small town he returns home to is populated by his nasty old crowd.
Virtually all of the performances are spot on, but, for me, the film was anchored by Molly Parker, Robert Forster, Macon Blair the co-writer and Gary Cole, in addition to Coaster- Waldau in the lead.
This film has an evenly-paced start, and I kept wondering when it would click into another gear, though it was intriguing from the first frame; and I loved the way the filmmakers didn't show their hand early, they don't forecast how very dark the movie will become, they just unfold it for you with a sure hand, never getting fancy or "filmic" with the camera.
They are letting the story do its work, without forcing anything or trying to wow you with gimmicky visual candy or a score that calls attention to itself.
Another sign of solid, sure-handed filmmaking. It has a bit of a Gothic feel with a dark-comedy thread, is definitely fatalistic and rather brooding, but also crisply realistic in look, dialog, and acting.
I must add that the music does provide some guidance in terms of accentuating some sense of comical irony to what Joe Denton has to go through. At the end of it, I felt that I had experienced a good dose of small town nihilism, but the fact that Joe Denton has a narcissistic, self-destructive personality type isn't revealed until near the end of the film.
That detail didn't even need to be provided, but, when it is, you are given a nice clue to his behavior throughout the story — this is the kind of detail you would get in a novel, and I would guess that the rich story fabric of Small Crimes might be due to the novel on which the screenplay was based, and, of course, the screenwriters' talent for knowing how a story should work.
For screenwriters, there's a good lesson about the value of using backstory to fill out a story as you go, using it as a story layer to provide a richer understanding of the drama.
I think that must be why I like this movie so much: it simply doesn't follow a typical, as in typically contemporary, filmmaking formula.
It's an original story and an original, fully realized filmmaking vision. Bravo to all who helped make it happen.
I should also mention the power and depth and light that Molly Parker brought to the film in the role of Joe Denton's girlfriend.
Denton declines, saying he wants to leave his history in the past, to the disgust of Coakley and Lieutenant Pleasant, who calls him a disgrace.
Pleasant, revealed to also be corrupt, demands Denton kill mob boss Manny Vassey, who has found religion on his deathbed. Pleasant explains Vassey's guilty conscience may lead him to confess to Coakley.
Pleasant promises to help Denton renegotiate the terms of the settlement with his ex-wife if he kills Vassey. At his house, Vassey denies the rumors.
As Vassey falls asleep, Denton begins to suffocate him, only to be interrupted by Charlotte Boyd, Vassey's hospice nurse. Denton smoothly thanks her for her work and leaves the house, where he encounters Vassey's sadistic son, Junior.
Junior threatens to kill Denton, enraged that Vassey would see him while avoiding his own son. Frustrated with his suspicious behavior, Denton's parents demand explanations.
When they disbelieve his lies, Denton angrily accuses them of having no faith in his redemption. Denton encounters Boyd again at a diner, and the two soon begin dating.
After Pleasant threatens him and his parents, Denton probes Boyd for a way to access Vassey. When this fails, Pleasant suggests he murder Coakley instead.
Denton breaks into Coakley's house but can not bring himself to do it. Instead, he bribes Toni, a prostitute Coakley has been seeing, into secretly recording him.
Denton sets up a camera in Coakley's hotel room and waits in a nearby room for Coakley to arrive. During Coakley's tryst, Toni's boyfriend, Rooster arrives.
Driven by jealousy, Rooster kills Toni and is killed by Coakley in return. Denton witnesses the shooting and waits for Coakley to leave before running into the room to look for the camera.
Realizing that Coakley found and took the camera, Denton returns home dejected. After another argument with his parents, in which his father asks him to leave, an unknown assailant fires several shots into Denton's parents' house, wounding his mother.
Denton confesses to Boyd, with whom he has grown closer, that the situation has spiraled out of control. She assures him it will work out, and, unknown to Denton, murders Vassey.
Junior catches Boyd in the act. Denton is kidnapped by Junior's thugs and Junior reveals he has tortured and presumably killed Boyd.
Denton's protests that he was uninvolved with Vassey's death are interrupted by the arrival of Scotty.
Denton and Scotty kill Junior and his thugs, but Scotty is shot. Denton attempts to save Scotty but stops when he learns that Scotty was the one who shot his mother.
Coakley had revealed to Scotty that it was Denton who killed his brother under Junior's orders. Denton leaves Scotty to die and receives a call from Pleasant informing him that Coakley died in a car accident.
Coakley had been distracted, watching the recording of his shooting of Rooster while driving. Denton ransacks his parents' house for dirty money they found and hid from him before kicking him out.
After Denton finds the money and indicates his desire to deliver it to his children, Denton's father says he will not allow Denton anywhere near the children, fearing Denton's self-destructive impulses will harm them.
When Denton incredulously asks what his father can do to stop him, Denton's father stabs him. In his dying moments, Denton wipes his father's fingerprints off the knife and adds his own, to make the wound appear self-inflicted.
Director E. Katz and producer David Lancaster were first revealed to be producing on the film in May , with Katz working with Macon Blair to adapt Dave Zeltserman 's novel of the same name.
Filming began in Montreal , Quebec shortly after the cast was finalized. Reviews for the film have been mixed, with many reviewers praising various performances and others criticizing the storyline and humor.
He rated the film a B. He praised the performances with the exception of Coster-Waldau's and plot. Club also praised Forster's performance and the tone of the film, saying "If the film came across as jaded and cynical, it might well be hard to take.
Instead, it seems weary and defeated, as if some people are simply born to fail. Conversely, Kristy Puchko of The Playlist criticized the film's humor and called it "one note".
While she praised the performances of Daniela Sandiford, Cole, Weaver, Forster, and Healy, Puchko stated that Coster-Waldau's performance "keeps us at a distance, unable to connect, empathize, or care".
She rated the film a C-. While she praised the execution of the characters, she also commented on the presence of "a lot of dead air". She rated the film two out of four stars.
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