Headhunter is a story about a successful business executive who has dark secrets of his own is due to hit Cathay Cinemas all around Singapore on 26 July 2012.
The movie is adapted from the best-seller of Edgar Award nominated Norwegian author and musician, Jo Nesbø.
Directed by Norwegian director Morten Tyldum, the movie has an impressive cast with the likes of Aksel Hennie (Buddy, 2003), Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (Kingdom of Heaven, 2005) and Kyrre Haugen Sydness (Max Manus: Man of War, 2008) with Synnove Macody Lund and Julie Olgaard.
Save for a somewhat diminutive stature, Roger is a man who apparently has it all; he is Norway’s most successful headhunter, he’s married to the exceedingly beautiful gallery owner Diana, has a far too expensive villa and must, to keep his head above water financially, steal a little too much art.
Clas Greve is the perfect candidate for Roger’s new recruitment assignment, being a former elite soldier and chief executive in the electronics business. He’s also in possession of a very valuable painting. Robert eyes a chance to permanently get rid of his financial worries and begins planning his final, greatest score.
It turns out that Greve is playing games as well. When Roger breaks into Greve’s house, he finds something that changes his life completely, and soon forces him to run for his life…