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Frank leads a respectable yuppie life working at a noted Stockholm law firm. He has also been married for eight years to his beautiful wife Nenne, who runs an upscale boutique. Yet Frank is deeply bored with his life and is supremely randy. He even fantasizes about the marriage counselor that he and Nenne visit weekly. Eventually, Frank shacks up with a young fetching art student named Sofia, though the experience wracks Frank with guilt. Meanwhile, Nenne's friend and co-worker Rosie suspects that Frank is having an affair, though she does not have the nerve to tell her. Little does Rosie suspect, however, that her friend is sleeping with her lover Georg, an uptight journalist with an ego the size of Finland. Soon wires get crossed, and all hell breaks loose. Written by
This was an alright movie to watch. You know what you get when you see it is directed by Fredrik Lindström. A lot of dirty fantasies and words but with a good and interesting plot.
The flick is about two couples in Stockholm sleeping around. It is about meeting new people and have a social life. It's about growing up (even though it's not about teenagers but 30-35-year-olds) and take responsibility for what you are doing, which these people certainly are not!
Entertaining at some stages. Good soundtrack with Bob Hund (one of Graham Coxon's (blur) favorite bands). Notable is also that Mikael Persbrandt (co-starring in the Swedish Beck-flicks with Peter Haber) makes a good appearance.
It's an alright average film I think. Not my kind of movie really.
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