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Drop the gun and this little man might get to live!
~ Montay threatening Falk to drop his gun or he'll shoot the autistic kid Johnny.

Anton Montay is the main antagonist of the 2009 Action-thriller Johan Falk movie Johan Falk: Leo Gaut. He is a sadistic and smug crime lord who wants to kill Leo Gaut after a business deal that didn't go as wanted.

He was portrayed by Martin Aliaga.

Biography

Early Life

Nothing is known about Montay's past other than that he at some point had some sort of discussion with Leo Gaut that didn't turn out as he wanted, and since then he has been wanting to "teach a lesson".

Johan Falk: Leo Gaut

Setting up the plot, Anton plants a bomb in one of the parked cars near a primary school, which causes a big explosion. No one gets hurt, but all the children are panicked. Anton drives away with his car and stops at a shopping center. Montay and one of his henchmen walk straight forward, but when Montay realizes that Falk and the police are following them, all hell breaks loose. Montay runs around the center and starts shooting in the air, and then when Falk starts confronting him, he grabs a hostage. The hostage is an innocent dad with a stroller. Montay tells Falk to drop the gun, which Falk does, and Montay let's go off the dad and runs away.

Later in the film we get to learn about what type of connection Montay has with Leo Gaut. Ever since the deal didn't go as Montay wanted, their relationship has been sour. Montay goes to Leo's restaurant, and starts abusing him while his henchmen watch. He continually insults Leo while abusing him, and says that he will do it until Leo starts complying. Leo never does comply, so he is left with a huge scar on his face. Later that day, during the night, Leo's daughter is walking home from her boyfriend. Montay sees her, and sets the place on fire, most likely causing her to die.

After his daughter died, Leo can't take it anymore and goes back to doing criminal acts. He kills two of Montay's most prominent henchmen, and is now after Montay himself. Montay and the remaining people from his gang kidnap Leo's wife and his extremely autistic young son Johnny, who they hold hostage, with Montay often abusing Johnny for fun. When the police come to rescue Leo's family, Montay runs up to the roof, leaving his henchmen to be arrested. While at the roof, he holds Johnny at gunpoint and threatens Falk. If Falk won't drop his gun, Montay will kill Johnny and then shoot down an entire cruiser. Falk does as Montay says once again, and Montay let's go of Johnny; although he then lets Johnny walk down the roof, nearly falling down and dying anyway. When Montay has climbed down, he is almost instantly attacked by a furious Leo Gaut who wants nothing but to murder Montay. Leo hits him in the face, and Montay is dead. However, Montay uitimately succeeds in the end, since Leo dies, although it was indirectly.

Navigation

           Johan Falk Villains

Original Trilogy
Leo Gaut | Nicolaus Lehman | Phoenix Kane | Leblanc

The Rydell Gang
Seth Rydell | Conny Lloyd | Martin Borhulth | Jack | Björkman

Russian Mob
Valdo | The Woman | Milo | Andrei Dudajev | Edgars | Mikahel Stukalov | Oleg | Kaie Saar | Zanco Zajkov | Ramzan | Lasse Karlsson

The Khan Clan
Vijay Khan | Avram Khan | Ali Mahmoud Hansson | Pramit Khan

Legion Gothia
Dan Hammar | Harald

Other Individuals
Hassan | Anton Montay | Heikki Nieminen | Ricky Morén | Göran Svensson | Tomas Elooma | Asim Popov | Eric Davoda | Maxim Morosov

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