The mother Morran (Johan Rheborg) and the son Tobias (Robert Gustafsson) lives together in a broken house with car wreckage in the garden. They are outsiders of the society and tries to solve every-day problems in unusual ways.
Percy Nilegaard has gone insane and goes to a shrink called Dr J. Tull. He tells the doctor the story of how he took over another mans life, Janne Fuglesang's. At the same time in Norrland,... See full summary »
Like stated below, this is one relaxing documentary. No commentary, no speaker, no nothing. Just the old man and his daily chores in his little red house. Watching this is like balm for your soul. Since it lacks any kind of language, written or spoken, it is suitable for all kinds of audiences, no matter nationality or age. I loved the tempo of this documentary. It's opposite of fast-paced, yet gripping at all times. It has somewhat of the same intense, slow, sensation that comes from watching, well, perhaps an Miyasaki movie. All his mundane chores, in breathtakingly simple photography... Like I said, balm for your soul!
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