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Synopsis

In a world wracked by terror and suspicion, Copenhagen police officer, Christian (Nikolaj Coster-Waldau), seeks justice for his partner’s murder by an ISIS member named Imran. On the hunt for the killer, Christian and a fellow cop are unwittingly caught in a cat and mouse chase with a duplicitous CIA agent (Guy Pearce) who is using Imran as a pawn to trap other ISIS members. Soon Christian is racing against the clock – not only seeking revenge, but to save his own life.

Cast

  • Nikolaj Coster-Waldau
  • Carice van Houten
  • Guy Pearce
  • Ella-June Henrard
  • Søren Malling
  • Paprika Steen
  • Nicolas Bro
  • Eriq Ebouaney
  • Thomas W. Gabrielsson
  • Jacob Lohmann

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Trivia

  • Both Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and Carice van Houten have previously starred in Game of Thrones (2011) as Jaimie Lannister and Melisandre respectively.
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Quotes

    • Joe Martin: We're Americans, we read your e-mails.
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Metacritic

35
May 30, 2019

Domino offers a sloppy screenplay with underdeveloped characters and a half-written plot, pumped full of racist, fear-mongering, one-dimensional villainy. Only the most diehard De Palma fans will find anything to intrigue them, and they’re going to have to sift through a lot of boring junk to find it.

Metacritic review by William Bibbiani
William Bibbiani
TheWrap
30
May 28, 2019

Revenge may be a dish best served cold, but Domino dishes it up as a sloppy mess of warmed-over clichés. Instead of his old high style and kinky violence, director Brian De Palma delivers only crude thrills and ugly stereotypes, a soggy bag of junk-food snacks.

Metacritic review by Stephen Whitty
Stephen Whitty
Screen International
40
May 27, 2019

He (De Palma) has rarely been guilty of dullness, as he is with Domino, a counterterrorism thriller offering just slightly more excitement than the average TV police procedural.

Metacritic review by John DeFore
John DeFore
The Hollywood Reporter