Freud Leaving Home (1991)

  |  Comedy, Drama


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The Jewish Cohens live in Stockholm. Rosha's 60th birthday is up and her husband and 3 kids will be there. 25 y.o. Angelique, a psychology student called Freud, still lives at home. Rosha's told, she's got cancer with weeks to live.


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25 April 2002 | Pjolter
10
| Heart warming and great fun
Freud, as she is called, lives a semi-sheltered life in her Jewish family with a mother that suffocates her environment with her "care" and a father that is an endless stream of old Jewish jokes.

She must break up. She must get away. And when she finds the man of her dreams... well I will not spoil it.

True it is not a rapid action comedy but if you don't mind Jewish humor with Swedish flavour and if you don't mind the tongue in the cheek it is well worth watching.

It quickly became one of my very favorites. And apart from a most wonderful script, the main reason is foremost the acting of Gunilla Röör and the supporting cast by Philip and Jessica Zandén.

I love this movie.

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Genres

Comedy | Drama

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Release Date:

18 October 1991

Language

Swedish


Country of Origin

Sweden, Denmark

Box Office

Budget:

SEK12,000,000 (estimated)

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