Jon Walmsley’s review published on Letterboxd :
Tom Hardy, Noomi Rapace and the late James Gandolfini. All were great and just magnetic to watch. In all three you know there's something there under the surface and you spend the film wondering what it is and if it'll come out. Slow, inevitable pacing.
I like the scope here, centred almost entirely around the bar and the dealings going on in and around it.
Plus Tom doing an accent and having a dog is always going to be good.
I think this was Gandolfini's last film. Shame, dude was great in stuff like this.