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The new action thriller “Last Man Down” is now available as a subscription to Amazon Prime Video. We introduce him to you.
Released just a few months ago for home cinema, Last Man Down stars Norwegian bodybuilding champion Daniel Stisen as ex-Special Forces fighter John Wood. After the love of his life was murdered and a pandemic has brought civilization to its knees, he ekes out his lonely existence in a mountain hut and doesn’t want to have anything to do with anyone else. But then a woman seeks refuge with him, who is being pursued by ruthless mercenaries. Their leader is the killer of Wood’s wife.
As a good revenant of Sylvester Stallone’s Rambo, John Wood not only has a huge knife, but can also quickly make a bow and declare war on superiority (and unlike his role model, he also has an arsenal of weapons just in case bunkered, which is certainly helpful for him).
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Daniel Stisen wants to become a movie star like his role model Arnold Schwarzenegger – and has already had a few small supporting roles in various Hollywood blockbusters such as the James Bond film “Spectre” or “Justice League”, “Jurassic World 2” and “Paddington 2”. There he often only played nameless henchmen, and was then credited as “bank robber”, “warrior” or “bodyguard”.
Last Man Down is now the first of several forthcoming action thrillers that will also see Stisen launch his Leading Man– wants to prove qualities. So you can see on Amazon Prime Video whether he really has what it takes and charisma in addition to the muscles to emulate Schwarzenegger and Co.
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