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Cast overview, first billed only:
Johan Gustavsson ...
Niklas Panov ...
Claes Fredriksson ...
Benny Johansson ...
Robin Lindh ...
Kristoffer Lotten ...
Jimmy Johansson ...
Anna Håkansson ...
Erik Rydberg ...
Susanna Chloe Norberg ...
DJ (voice)
Elisabeth Lindström ...
Anton Kjernholm ...
Sven-Erik Olsson ...


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The last summer as kids. After graduation they have to become adults. Some make it. Some don't.


Comedy | Crime | Drama



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3 June 2011 (Sweden)  »

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SEK 20,000 (estimated)

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Follows Arkusan Martinsson (2009) See more »

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The social criticism continues
15 January 2014 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

When I discussed with director Jimmy, he said that I wouldn't expect a movie with the content of so much social criticism like " Arkusan Martinsson ". But from my personal opinion, I think Brutt contains MORE criticism of society than its predecessor. It 's still about unemployment and poverty and what a person is willing to do in such a dramatic situation that Acke sat in. It should not have to go as far as it does in this movie.

Acke and Alle have put themselves in trouble , and no matter what they do; everything goes to hell for them. Acke should have the debt paid sooner or later, but he does not know how he will get to. In a desperate escape , he tries to sell his body to the porn industry, but then he gets so nervous that his dick slackens and it does not lead to any money. How will he do? He is not qualified to do any job, he lacks experience and is generally depressed.

Brutt carries a lot of humor, but behind the comic a hellish darkness hides. This is a very heavy film if you see it from the right perspective. It's not just a comedy you sit and laugh at - it's a comedy with a very serious undertone and who reveals some reality depictions. The film contains some scenes that really hurts to watch. Among others, Sven- Erik " SEO" Olsson got a really tough character. Usually I'm used to seeing him play " Wicked Sune " - miserable and generally stupid. But in brutt he plays the character called "GG Ahlin" that you will really feel sorry for.

Now you're probably with sadness in your soulless body while you read these lines. But to cheer you up I can reveal that Lloyd Kaufman plays a minor role in this film as Ackes grandfather - he also speaks Swedish! Haha. We will also hear the Swedish porn director Mike Beck speaks at the other side of the handset for a long while.

One of the happiest moments is when you finally get to the extras behind the film - It offers many bloopers and interviews with the best -known faces in the film.

If you like strong, tragic and realistic comedies I do definitely recommend this movie. It has left deep scars in my heart - both in a positive and a negative way, and I look forward to the year of 2022 when the last and final film in the series possibly taking the toll.

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