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As protagonists are explored in each successive film, they disappear from the franchise, so Pusher III is about Milo (Zlatko Buric), the Serbian "boss" from the first film who finally gets HIS bad day. And it does take place more or less in the space of a day, a day that threatens to rob him of his business, his daughter, his sobriety and his self-respect. Again it's filled with non-traditional actors, and something that will be lost on English-speaking audiences, they hardly ever speak any Danish. This film was subtitled even in Denmark because it featured characters speaking Macedonian, Albanian, Polish and other languages you might not be able to tell apart. The film doesn't really suffer from losing that layer (it's usually clear when someone gets screwed by the translator), but it's still an interesting element of Copenhagen's ethnic diversity lost in translation.
nobody can fuck with Milo!!!
This movie got me studying Macedonian and Serbian. Absolutely love Zlatko Buric! MILOOOOO!!!!!!!
to see which of your friends have seen this movie!