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We all love stories of kings and queens who lived happily ever after, but history tell us otherwise.
And while the story varies, The Green Butcher follows such a tale.Pusher III follows the aging Serbian drug lord, Milo. For years Jacob has been in a long term relationship with Jørgen (Troels Lyby) and one night, he proposes.In the first and second films, we learn that Milo is a ruthless man, and in the third film we see that he'll do anything for his spoiled daughter. Now practically ancient, he struggles to stay on top of his game as the drug 'King of Copenhagen.' We're used to seeing Mads Mikkelsen play roles in action, period, and drama, but back in Denmark he also starred in rom-coms! However after Jacob mets Jørgen's sister-in-law and the two get a little too close, things get more complicated.Frank owed money and dope from the Serbian druglord, Milo, but his deal went awry when police arrived.Tonny went to prison, and Frank is left with only a few days to pay his debt to Milo, otherwise he's dead.Though everything continued to be shitty for him, we assume that he turns his life around after he takes his baby with him, and leaves the city, never to look back.
Though the the third and final film, Pusher III doesn't really revolve around the story of Mads Mikkelsen's character, it tells the story of the ruthless man that caused their problems.
At times during the film you'd love to slap Jacob, given how obvious it is that he's used to getting what he wants, but at the same time you can't help but sympathize with him because it really ain't easy to just make up your mind!
Mads Mikkelsen starred in a comedic feat yet again in The Green Butcher directed by Anders Thomas Jensen.
It also launched the careers of the director Nicolas Winding Refn and Mads Mikkelsen.
The first Pusher, is all about Frank (Kim Bodnia), a mid-level drug dealer who sells heroin with his sidekick Tonny (Mikkelsen).
His actions, the movements of his eyes and lips and his blank stares give the impression that he even questions himself.