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Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

Based on the absurd but true 1973 bank heist and hostage crisis in Stockholm that was documented in the New Yorker as the origins of the 'Stockholm Syndrome'.

Cast

  • Ethan Hawke
  • Noomi Rapace
  • Mark Strong
  • Christopher Heyerdahl
  • Bea Santos
  • Mark Rendall
  • Ian Matthews
  • John Ralston
  • Shanti Roney
  • Christopher Wagelin

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Trivia

  • The hostage situation depicted in the film is what originated the psychological phenomenon known as Stockholm Syndrome, where hostages develop a psychological alliance with (sometimes also referred to as sympathy or sympathetic feelings for) their captors, as a survival strategy.
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Goofs

  • The police uniforms are wrong. Most notable are the shoulder belts that does not cross the chest as they are supposed to, nor do they have the reflective stripe that was used at the time. Further, the gun holster was attached with clips and hung freely from the bottom of the belt, not sitting on top of it. All in all the police looks like they're wearing fantasy uniforms.
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Quotes

    • Kaj Hansson: Do I look like a rapist?
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Metacritic

75
Apr 30, 2019

Thanks to the excellence of its two key performances, “Stockholm” an uncommonly effective thriller, one with a heart and a brain.

Metacritic review by Soren Andersen
Soren Andersen
The Seattle Times
60
Apr 10, 2019

If you’re willing to take the movie for what it really is — a fairly generic caper inspired by, rather than based on, actual events — you’ll find just enough to appreciate.

Metacritic review by Elizabeth Weitzman
Elizabeth Weitzman
TheWrap
70
Apr 27, 2018

Stockholm, which gently massages actual events to serve as a fine vehicle for Noomi Rapace and Ethan Hawke, is far from the first movie to believably show a crime victim coming to sympathize with a criminal. But it's a funny and agile one.

Metacritic review by John DeFore
John DeFore
The Hollywood Reporter