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Mika Ela Fisher,
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Geir Hansteen Jorgensen
A very underrated movie. A powerful comment on the disgusts of the modern world: alienation, the lack of care and the ever-present porn (I'm not against all porn). Lukas Moodysson wants to show us that there is a lot of sickness in this world, and he succeeds. Yes, it's disgusting in some parts and yes, it shows vomiting and sex. I understand people who say it's too much. But: why should we live our lives without seeing disgusting things at all, ever? This film makes you think of the world, and I don't see anything wrong with that. I believe this is a must to see for everybody, especially for those who think there are no real problems in the Western world.
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