Henk’s dedication to capitalism may be very entertaining, very Western, and really bad. Even supposing Henk Rogers (Taron Egerton) is Dutch, his talent to kill colleagues with dialog and incapacity to take no for a solution rings an overly “American Entrepreneur Film” be aware. However whilst Henk’s willpower and unwavering pluck within the face of failure makes him fascinating and admirable, his want to all the time be remaining — or in the end be remaining — may simply get him killed.
Henk begins “Tetris” short of to stay Bullet-Evidence Tool, the corporate he co-founded together with his spouse, from going underneath. He is taking out loans, spends time clear of house, and travels to the guts of anti-capitalism to wrest the longer term he believes he merits from the iron fist of ’80s-era Chilly Struggle Moscow. Henk begins the movie off meaning properly, and ends it meaning higher, however spends all of the movie being reckless together with his circle of relatives, with cash, and with the Okay-G-freaking-B.
Of path, Henk additionally does “win” the sport of capitalism through successful the rights for Tetris. One may cheer for him on the finish of the movie, however now not so rapid. What makes heat, fascinating, well-meaning Henk a wild card is that he is aware of how a lot threat he is striking himself, his circle of relatives, and Alexey’s circle of relatives in — however he does it anyway. Henk stops at not anything to get what he needs — and wishes — when it comes to Tetris.