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Three friends, Steffen, Thomas and Mogens spend a lot of time together in Julies apartment while they talk about soccer and how to get enough money for tickets to the big game next week. At the same time Julie is trying to get in contact with her boyfriend René who she thinks is having an affair. They all talk a lot about whats on their mind during this week. Written by
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Let´s get Lost is an enjoyable semi-improvised experiment, created by its director, Jonas Elmer, and the talented cast, with special kudos to Babett-Knudsen, who is very credible as Julie. Bjarne Henriksen´s Mogens is a likable dolt, and although some of the subplots tend to bog down, it´s an overall interesting film with realistic dialogue. A surprising Bodil winner, admitted, but a good film. 7/10
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