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Henrik Schyffert: The 90's - Ett försvarstal (2009)

Henrik summarize the Swedish culture during the 1990's along with his own growth as a person.




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Henrik summarize the Swedish culture during the 1990's along with his own growth as a person.

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Excellent and amazing and fantastic and lots lots more, 10/10
2 December 2013 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

This is a "show" that is purely in Swedish and about Swedish culture so it is mostly done for Swedish people.

Henrik starts out very easy, making small jokes and comments about things and telling short stories about how it was back in the days in the 90's. This makes us (the audience) nostalgic enough for him to start out by telling us his lifes story. And he really tells it with a fantastic passion for the subject. He finds the irony in many of the things that happened back then when he grew up.

Nobody gets hurt, like many comedians that actually use a sort of racism or sexism and so on, for their jokes (don't get it wrong, I like Russell Peters and Louis C.K. and other comedians). OK, maybe he hurts a little bit, but nowhere near the other comedians levels. And STILL he causes the audience to laugh so much they cry. And reflect over things they've never reflected over before.

This is a MUST SEE :D, you will not regret it, that I can promise.

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