Harry Munter, a sensitive, kind, appealing man in his twenties, lives with his parents. He's an inventor, a bit of a mystic, maybe a genius, and a good son and grandson. He's offered work ... See full summary »

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Jan Nielsen ...
Harry Munter
Carl-Gustaf Lindstedt ...
Valle Munter
Gun Jönsson ...
Gudrun Munter
Georg Adelly ...
Manne
Alan Simon ...
Mr. Burne
Elina Salo ...
Lonely Woman
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Märta Allan-Johnson ...
Grandma
Gerda Calander ...
Kristina Birgitta Eleonor
Inga Dahlbeck ...
Girl #1
Britt Marie Engstroem ...
Girl #2
Marie-Louise Mark ...
Flickor vid järnvägsspåret
Palle Westerlund ...
Grim
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Harry Munter, a sensitive, kind, appealing man in his twenties, lives with his parents. He's an inventor, a bit of a mystic, maybe a genius, and a good son and grandson. He's offered work in the U.S. But a friend has cancer and the world is changing in ways that provoke profound sadness. Written by Eileen Berdon <eberdon@aol.com>

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20 December 1969 (Sweden)  »

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Harry Munter - nuoren miehen tie  »

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Edited into Short cuts från Sandrews (1999) See more »

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Symphony No. 9 in E minor, From the New World, Op. 95, B. 178
Music by Antonín Dvorák
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Interesting but ultimately pointless
27 January 2004 | by (Zagreb) – See all my reviews

This film shows us a strange kid, who is a genius but totally unable to relate to other people, trying to create an emotional bond with his girlfriend, his parents, an old lady, an old loser, and a crazy woman. There are some intriguing situations, like his relationship with his obtuse working-class father. Unfortunately, the film suffers from many long takes that are supposed to be infused with deep meaning, but are not justified by characters, which are shallow or insufficiently explored, so their quirkiness is irritating instead of endearing. Had the pace been quicker, this may have turned into a nice little film, considering the good acting by the lead and his parents.


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