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Leo and Louise are a young couple living together in Copenhagen. Leo often goes out with his friends while Louise usually stays home. But when Louise tells Leo she's pregnant, a spark is ... See full summary »

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Leo
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Lenny
Rikke Louise Andersson ...
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Lea
Levino Jensen ...
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Kitjo
Claus Flygare ...
Joe
Ole Abildgaard ...
Videobutik Kunde
Gordana Radosavljevic ...
Mika
Marko Zecewic ...
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Dusan Zecewic ...
Dusan
John Barimani ...
Kioskejer
Ramadan Huseini ...
Ven i Kiosk
Karsten Schrøder ...
Røde
Sven Erik Eskeland Larsen ...
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Leo and Louise are a young couple living together in Copenhagen. Leo often goes out with his friends while Louise usually stays home. But when Louise tells Leo she's pregnant, a spark is ignited and Leo begins to become cold and distant. His anger and self-hatred finally erupt into violence against Louise. Written by Anonymous

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Kitjo (Zlatko Buric) wanting three Tuborg beers, before watching a movie with the guys, is a reference to his role in a Tuborg commercial campaign playing a foreign kiosk owner, also directed by Nicolas Winding Refn. Especially noted for his accent pronouncing Tuborg with a hard g (Which is not correct in Danish). See more »

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Leo: What are you glaring at?
Louis: On you.
Leo: Watch the movie instead.
Louis: I have a wonderful view from here. A little comedic, mayby.
Leo: Do you have a problem?
Louis: Who are you to ask me?
Leo: Yeah. What is you problem?
Louis: You...
Leo: Me?
Louis: Yes, you!
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Dark and realistic.
25 June 2004 | by (Turku, Finland) – See all my reviews

Nicolas Winding Refn, the genius behind the excellent "Pusher" sets new standards for danish movies with his new opus "Bleeder". Leo, played by the magnificent actor Kim Bodnia, is gradually going insane as his wife gets pregnant. He feels his life fade away and asks himself how he can put a child into a world that's raw and how they can afford to have one.

The atmosphere is two parts Scorcese's "Taxi Driver" and one part Franz Kafka's "Der Prozess", not very moody in other words. A sub-story about Leo's buddy searching for a girl relieves the pressure a bit, which is for the better as it also adds depth to the movie.

The violence feels very realistic and is sometimes even hard to watch, it's like it all is happening for real. The realistic approach makes this movie feel fresh and not like something you've seen before. After I saw this movie I was left with an uneasy feeling in my stomach and I knew I've seen something very rear and very good.

Nicolas Winding Refn is worth the highest of praise for making a movie like this. It's just what European moviemaking needs.

9/10


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