|Directed by||Daniel Espinosa|
|Screenplay by||Maria Karlsson|
|Story by||Daniel Espinosa|
Abdullahi Ahmed Sattarvandi
|Based on||Easy Money|
by Jens Lapidus
|Produced by||Fredrik Wikström|
|Edited by||Theis Schmidt|
|Music by||Jon Ekstrand|
Tre Vänner Produktion AB
|Distributed by||Nordisk Film|
|Languages||Swedish, Spanish, Serbian|
|Budget||SEK 30 million|
|Box office||SEK 59.1 million|
Easy Money (Swedish: Snabba cash) is a Swedish crime thriller film directed by Daniel Espinosa that was released on 15 January 2010. It is based on the 2006 novel of the same name by Jens Lapidus. Joel Kinnaman stars in the lead role of Johan "JW" Westlund, a rather poor man living a double life in the upper class areas of Stockholm. After meeting a wealthy girl, he is enticed into the world of organized crime and begins to sell cocaine to afford his expensive lifestyle. Easy Money was well received by critics and was a hit at the box office.
Two sequels to the film have been filmed - the first (Snabba Cash II) was released in 2012, while the third premiered in Swedish cinemas October 2013. Warner Bros. holds the rights to an American remake of Easy Money, which is set to star Zac Efron. In 2021, Snabba Cash (TV series) was released on Netflix, containing 6 episodes based on the original novel.
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