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Daniel Lind Lagerlöf
A comedy about two men who meet in a detached house in the Stockholm archipelago to write a play, hunt roe dear, hava a sauna and relax. But a tabloid got a news story about the authors and sends a journalist to take photographs and bug their conversations. Written by
Fredrik Klasson <email@example.com>
Unfortunately this movie is nothing but a big mistake by such a qualified Swedish director, Kjell Sundvall. And also two high-class actors, or at least one, Peter Haber.
The movie is dialogue, and more dialogue, and after 40 minutes nothing interesting had happened in the movie at all. This is a low-budget-flick with a lot of dialogue. It reminds me of another low-budget movie, with a lot of dialogue, that is on the other side of the grading scale, Clerks (1994) by Kevin Smith. Rent that instead and do not waste either time or money on this one.
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