Gentlemen (I) (2014)

  |  Drama, Romance, Thriller


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Beaten up, bruised, and scared, a young writer hides in a Stockholm apartment, writing the story of its disappeared inhabitants: the flamboyant and charismatic Morgan brothers.


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6 January 2015 | olastensson13
5
| The novel problem
This is a famous book from the late 70s by Klas Östergren. It can still be read as living literature and is perhaps the big monument over life in Stockholm during that decade. Mysteries, people with a past, people with no future.

Östergren has written the script for this film, but that stands back for the visual. They have really tried to recreate the 70s, but we who were part of it, as almost always, find good details but not the mood and the spirit of the period.

The sad thing is that the novel anyway is almost more visual than the film which is reduced to a story among others. Which is a pity.

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