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The story of J whose goal is to be world master at playing Nintendo. He struggles with his traditional Jewish family and non-Jewish girlfriend who demand that he grow up and get a job. Real problems arise when he awakes to discover that his right hand is missing. Written by
I saw this film long ago. But I remember that I found it hilarious, especially Kjell Bergquist's character, because I usually don't like his acting. But the dialog with him and his son (not the main character) is really funny. And unpredictable (spelling?) if I compare to other Swedish movies who often is really really boring. I don't remember what the title is according to but I have nothing against it. I also like this sort of movies when one of the character is re-telling the story to someone, who often don't give a sh#t about it, plus that it have some pauses and you can think between all the scenes. I liked the main-character because his a little of dreamer and so into Nintendo. I think everybody should see this film, because it's the best movie produced in Sweden.
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