A retired mechanic Walt Kowalski spends days, fix something around the house, drinking beer and once a month going to the hairdresser. Although last wish of his recently deceased wife was committing an confession, Walt — hardened veteran of the Korean war, always holding his rifle at the ready, to admit in General have nothing. Yes and no one to whom he would trust to the full extent that trusts his dog Daisy. All those people, whom he once called his neighbors, or moved, or gone to the other world, and in their place came immigrants, whom he openly despises. Resisting literally everything rests his opinion, the sagging eaves, overgrown lawns of the houses and persons of foreigners everywhere; aimlessly staggering gang of teenagers, consisting of Hmong, Latinos and African-Americans who believe that the surrounding world is wholly owned by him alone; fledgling strangers, which were turned to their own children and grandchildren, Walt just slowly live the rest of my life. Until the night when someone tries to steal his "Gran Torino" ...
- Country: DE, US
- Language: English | Hmong
- Budget: $33,000,000
- Revenue: Cumulative Worldwide $269,958,228