The Quick and Dirty on: Trespass Against Us. Michael Fassbender turns into a family man and he's still bad ass.
Let me just start off by saying, you're going to need subtitles for this film.
and even then, you'll have no idea what the fuck they're saying!
Michael Fassbender plays a doting husband with two kids who's looking to give them as normal a life as he can. Unfortunately, he's constantly weighed down by the weight of his overbearing father played by the amazing Brendan Gleeson.
when he tries to escape the demons of his family name, life (or his father) decides to give a different hand. To add to the chaos, his son seems to be heading down the same road. Something he's not alright with.
It seems the more he fights to stay on the straight and narrow, the more he finds himself up against.
SPOILERS FROM THIS POINT ON. DON'T READ IF YOU DON'T WANT TO KNOW
In order to save his family, Michael has to make some rash decisions like going behind his father's back to try and secure a place for his family in hopes that they can all live a quiet life.
what he doesn't know, is that his father has eyes and ears everywhere. As a Cutler, you don't get to just walk away. You're in until you die. From the beginning, Brendan Gleeson sabotages his chance of ever living normally, even going so far as to set up a job where the likeliness of Michael being sent up the river is incredibly high.
Its almost as if he wants his son to go to jail!
In fact, he gives a speech about how it humbles you. Makes you appreciate those closest to you.
If this is family, fuck it, I'm done.
The film follows the beaten path in formula, but the performances are amazing. They keep you on the edge of your seat while you wonder when and how Michael Fassbender's character is going to fall.
Tresspass Between us is out in theaters November 24th, 2016
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