Pusher 3

Year:
2005
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Good morning

and welcome to the N.A. Meeting.

My name is Soren

and I'm an addict.

Let's take a moment of silence

to remember why we're here.

Thank you.

Please turn your cell phones off

so we don't get interrupted.

Possession of drugs and paraphernalia

is not permitted for security reasons.

I turn it over to our secretary.

Thank you, Soren. Welcome.

I am an addict and my name is Rune.

We have a tradition

to celebrate clean time...

which is

total abstinence from all drugs.

Is anyone on their first clean day?

- I'm Benny and I'm an addict.

- Hi, Benny. Welcome.

- From 1 to 29 days?

- I'm Milo and I'm an addict.

I'm on my fifth day.

Are there any months or years

to celebrate?

My name is Linda and I'm an addict.

I'm celebrating one year today.

Congratulations.

I will send key chains...

and a coin

around to you, Linda.

Let's fill them with lots of

love and power.

Thank you.

It's time for sharing. You can share

about whatever is on your mind.

My name is Milo and I'm an addict.

So I'm back again.

I feel that it's time

I pull myself together...

because it's my daughter's

birthday today.

She's turning 25.

And I have promised

to cook for 45 people today.

So I've got a lot to do.

It's important to me

that we have a really great party.

I just have to remember

not to take that first drug...

then everything will be okay.

But...

I hope I don't slip up this time.

This time I'm going to stay clean.

Nothing. Zip.

It's got to be there somewhere.

Where haven't we looked?

The spare tire?

There's nothing here.

I'll take a look here.

There's nothing,

goddamn it.

- Well?

- No. I'm positive.

This is bullshit.

Let's check the engine.

I just want to see if...

Let's check the air filter.

That's too stupid.

The air filter!

They are not total idiots.

Bingo!

The filter! Good.

- We're running late.

- I know. Hurry up.

- They used coffee.

- Can you believe it? Coffee.

Well?

What's that?

It's ecstasy.

- Ecstasy?

- Yeah.

- Are you sure?

- Well, it ain't vitamin pills.

F*** them.

What the hell do I do with it?

- We should have gotten dope.

- There's no dope in town.

F*** it. Pack it up, let's go.

Hurry up.

How are you, little Milena,

my beautiful girl?

- You're late.

- It's Swiss, it makes good time.

Happy birthday.

- Mike, how are you?

- I'm fine.

Peter!

My father is here.

- Hi. I'm Peter.

- Milo. Father.

Wait.

I'd like to go over everything again.

It's 11 o'clock, and we have to

get everything ready by 5.

- We went through it all yesterday.

- We're gonna do it again.

- What do you want to know?

- Just answer yes or no.

- Wine glasses and water glasses?

- We have everything you need.

- Tablecloths?

- Listen, Milena...

You are not my only customers.

- Okay, what else?

- Flowers.

- You never mentioned flowers.

- I am now.

- How many?

- I want a bouquet there, there...

...there and there.

And I want a bouquet

on every table in here.

A bouquet on every table.

Anything else?

- Balloons.

- Not balloons.

- Is it a child's birthday party?

- It's my party and I want balloons.

- What colors?

- Red, blue and white.

We'll bring the guests over here

for a before dinner drink.

- And we'll eat around 7 o'clock.

- Okay.

The food has to be ready by 5.

My father will be ready

with the food at 5. Don't be late.

- And you pick it up.

- We pick up the food.

- Relax.

- The food has to be ready on time.

Make sure there's flowers

and balloons everywhere.

- Anything else?

- No, you can go now.

Isn't there something

we need to take care of?

Thank you.

- There's only 10,000.

- So?

That was the original agreement.

What about the flowers and balloons?

- It's enough.

- Wait a minute...

It's enough!

Thank you.

Be here at 6.

- When?

- At 6. In your best suit.

- You promise?

- Yes. Your wish is my command.

- Mike...

- See you, Milo.

Hurry up. We're late.

Hi.

Can we talk?

Shut the door.

Where is my?

Wait.

Rexho! Get in here.

- What is it?

- Tell me what this guy is saying.

- What's the problem?

- What problem?

Luan doesn't

understand Macedonian.

Then explain it in Albanian.

There was ecstasy in the car.

No dope. I'm positive.

There was ecstasy in the car

instead of heroin.

So can't he just sell it?

- Can't you just sell it?

- I don't want it. I need dope.

He needs heroin.

- I need dope!

- Calm down.

I don't know anything about ecstasy.

I lose business if I don't have dope.

You understand?

He doesn't know the difference

between ecstasy and vitamin pills.

You're trying to f*** me over.

Take it easy, Milo.

It was just a misunderstanding.

- What should I say to him?

- Wait, I need to call someone.

- Find out what happened.

- What's going on?

Luan is calling Holland

for a status.

- What?

- Status. About what's happened.

Don't stress out, Milo. Relax.

It's dangerous for an old man

like you to get all stressed out.

- We're going out, right?

- Of course.

- When will you get a nice shirt?

- You don't like it?

Hugo Boss.

Hugo Buga,

not Hugo Boss.

- Chinese Hugo Boss.

- I don't know what happened.

They must have gotten

the cars mixed up in Holland.

- What happened?

- Tell him about the cars. The truth.

There's a new car on it's way

with heroin.

In the meantime

you can leave the ecstasy pills here.

- Or you can hold on to them.

- I'll hold on to them.

- He's keeping the pills.

- Then he can try to sell them.

- Can't you sell them?

- How much?

How much should he pay for them?

- 10 kroner a pop.

- Are you sure?

Yeah.

Milo, 13 kroner.

Everyone else pays 15.

I don't know...

You can sell them for 15-20 kroner.

It's easy money.

But remember:
The car has to go back

with the money from the ecstasy.

It's 11 o'clock.

Can you make it?

Hey, it's Muhammed!

- Hi. Taste good?

- Welcome.

- Are you hungry?

- No, thanks. I need to talk to Milo.

Milo?

Milo!

- The little turk wants to talk to you.

- Muhammed.

And this sarma you made...

Nobody likes it.

- What's wrong?

- They're big and cold.

- The meat is raw.

- Your dick is raw. What's with you?

He says we got to eat it.

- Are you busy?

- Real busy, Muhammed.

I got something for you.

You can keep that.

Wait a second.

Here you go.

I had extra expenses.

- It's my daughter's birthday...

- And I have to pick up the tab.

F*** that.

- What are you doing?

- What do you mean?

Don't you trust me? We're friends.

Here's some headcheese.

Now leave me alone.

You want some?

You'll love it.

Listen, some money's missing.

Friends don't screw each other.

- Sh*t!

- What the f*** are you doing?

I'll clean it up later.

- We need a new agreement.

- A new agreement? Why?

You just sit on your ass.

Take it easy!

- We need a new agreement.

- Do you want more money?

- Of course.

- Okay, we can talk about it.

But not now.

Because I'm f***ing busy!

I'm cooking for 50 people. We're

having a party and I need a haircut.

- When then?

- What?

- When can we talk about it?

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Nicolas Winding Refn

Nicolas Winding Refn (; Danish: [neɡolas vendeŋ ˈʁɛfn̩]; born 29 September 1970) is a Danish film director, screenwriter and producer. He is known for directing the crime dramas Bleeder (1999) and the Pusher films (1996–2005), the fictionalised biographical film Bronson (2008), the dramatic adventure film Valhalla Rising (2009), the neo-noir crime film Drive (2011), the thriller Only God Forgives (2013), and the psychological horror film The Neon Demon (2016). In 2008, Refn co-founded the Copenhagen-based production company Space Rocket Nation. more…

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