Suprised by swedish genius
This is great movie. The political message, to be free and care for each other, ends up in a satire of politicians and overclass. The photo is spectacular with some great close ups and a overall innovative style. Finn Zetterholm makes a nice, low-key performance and add some swedish socialistic progg to the score. Ernst Günter, who now is dead, makes a great performance as the fat bourgoise who tries to keep the family together. He has a lack of perspective though. Kristian Lund has directed the film great and Lars Molins story is, as always, filled with humor and love. Some think it is a sad film, some rather think of it as a jolly movie, I just think it's great.
- Mar 7, 2000
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