john from Meath, 22 Aug 2007
especially if you have seen Pusher 1.
Both sequels are less frantic than the first, but they still have the same feeling of unease, as if violence could erupt any second. Part 2 concerns Tonny and his attempts to face up to his life and "do the right thing" after prison. Part 3 follows drug lord Milo on the day of his daughters birthday, as drug habits, rival gangs and family stress start mounting up on him.
awesome filmmaking, lets hope refn keeps them coming.
Pusher 2 and 3
Damien from Tipperary, 24 Feb 2009
Both are far more polished than the gritty and raw opener of the trilogy but really well worth a look.
Martin from Louth, 07 Feb 2009