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Review: 'Easy Money' sequel with Joel Kinnaman fails to pay off emotionally
Review: 'Easy Money' sequel with Joel Kinnaman fails to pay off emotionally

Despite its status as a world leader in social equality, Sweden clings to a racial and class hierarchy in which one-percenter bankers profit from drug deals and bloodshed at the lower rungs of society — at least that was the critique that made the 2012 thriller "Easy Money" such a stylish and indignant affair. Striving business student J.W. (Joel Kinnaman) ricocheted between the jet-setting "aristos" and the criminal underclass to engineer a money-laundering scheme. The new "Easy Money: Hard to Kill" picks up a few years after the events of the original film. In his first few days out of prison, J.W. (still played by Kinnaman) is shunned by his family...

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