From the producer of The Town and Sicario, comes The Informer, a crime thriller that demands your attention from start to finish.
Pete Koslow [Joel Kinnaman], a reformed criminal and former special operations soldier is now working undercover for the FBI. After being assigned to infiltrate the Polish mob’s drug trade, Koslow must make the ultimate sacrifice to protect his family and fully earn his freedom by returning to the place he so desperately was trying to avoid Bale Hill prison. When his FBI handlers turn against him, leaving him to fend for himself, Koslow takes matters into his own hands. Now on a team of one, Koslow is in a race against time, power, and corruption.
Leading actor, Joel Kinnaman is no stranger to a badass role and a tough-guy image, but how much of this is character is real and how much of it is just the act? “I’m actually kinda jumpy like I’m really easy to scare…the real me isn’t credible,” Kinnaman shares. However, the Swedish actor takes pride in embodying the characters that may have layers to them and a more rugged image. Within these characters, Kinnaman finds the weakness and the vulnerability that adds depth to the role and creates a well-rounded character that audiences can enjoy. The Knockturnal had an exclusive interview with Kinnaman so be sure to check that out.
The Informer will be available on Amazon Prime and AMC Theatres Video on Demand on November 6.