Stocholm in the 1920s. Young Roland lives with his socialist father, Jewish mother and a boxing brother. His mother sells condoms illegally, and from them, Roland makes slingshots which he ... See full summary »
Hundred years ago, three students at the Hellestads Boarding School were brutally slaughtered, the murderer drowned himself in a lake nearby and his body was never found. The story has ... See full summary »
Alex's high opinion of himself isn't backed up by reality as he is unemployed and having trouble with his girlfriend. When he finally gets a job with the local council/municipality of ... See full summary »
Hypochondriac Lasse can and does pull the girls with no trouble, although for a short while this causes a real and painful health problem. Meeting Lena while delivering papers - the nearest... See full summary »
I can sum this movie up pretty good in one sentence: "Overall bad acting, extremly dull story and absolutely no festival precence." The only reason I would want to see a movie about a festival is the memories and stuff you have yourself (you can probably figure out that a movie called "Festival" starring Ebba Hultkvist isn't exactly going to be Dr Strangelove, so I saw it basically because I like festivals). It would have been better if someone who had been to a festival had something to do with the film, it would probably make it a bit realistic. Instead, we're stuck with this s**t. Nope, this movie is not worth it's cool name, that's why me and my friends will record the sequel, "Festival 2" in Roskilde this summer. It will beat this one by far, at least if your into real festivals. Rock on.´
"Festival" get's 2 out of 10
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